Roost Apartment Hotel

Most travelers are thrilled to get back home after a stay on the road. But what if your hotel room actually felt like home? That's the goal of the Roost Apartment Hotel. This Midtown Philly hotel was constructed with comfort in mind, and as a result offer fully-furnished and -equipped studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments instead of rooms. Features include full-size kitchens, walk-in rainfall showers, king size beds, and decor that's far more refined than what you'd find at your typical extended stay. Available for both weekly and monthly accommodations.

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  • Dunton Hot Springs

    If you've ever wondered what it would have been like to live in a small village in the 1800s, head to Dunton Hot Springs. Just over the ridge from Telluride, Dunton is a reclaimed ghost town that's been transformed into a serene upscale getaway. The accommodations include 13 restored log cabins built in a circle around a saloon — itself restored, serving up fantastic food — a dance hall, and a bath house. Just down the river are eight luxurious canvas tents, and there's also an open-air chapel, library, and, of course, natural hot springs on site.

    Photos: Dunton Hot Springs

  • Lofoten Opera Hotel

    Yes, you'll eventually be able to book a room there. But the Lofoten Opera Hotel by Snohetta is much more than just a series of boxes with beds. Juxtaposing nicely with the mountains in the distance and the sea nearby, this snake-like 11,000 square-meter building will be home to apartments, a spa, an amphitheater, sea water basins, and a hotel. Currently scheduled to open in Norway in late 2015 — so get your passport ready now.

    Photos: Snohetta

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