Skylodge: Peru’s Hanging Hotel

Welcome to Peru’s hanging hotel where checking in means hiking up a mountain. People sleep in capsules suspended on the side of a cliff 1,300 feet in the air for $340/night. Each pod comes with four beds and a bathroom solar paneled lighting and also, one of the best views imaginable as long as you’re not scared of heights. Unafraid vacationers can enjoy the night dangling riskily over the heartland of the Inca Empire. In order to get there, you must climb a cliff face, and in the morning, a zip wire takes you back down again.

 

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