The Vivood Landscape Hotel, located in Guadalest Valley in Southeastern Spain, takes the idea of recharging in nature to extravagant new heights. First there’s the literal height: the hotel’s 25 independent suites are scattered across a hill, overlooking the undulating terrain below.
Then there are the intangible heights. The retreat leaves no stone unturned when it comes to pampering guests. There’s fine (and vegan-friendly) dining, a lounge bar and an infinity pool. Each of the ultra-private suites comes with floor-to-ceiling windows and a private terrace with a sunken jacuzzi.
An eco-friendly ethos runs throughout. Sustainably-sourced materials were used during construction and the hotel relies on renewable energies to reduce its carbon footprint, so you can treat yourself without feeling guilty about it.