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Suspended some 400 feet above Peru’s Sacred Valley are three so-called Skylodges, glass and steel hotel pods that boast full-size beds, down pillows, catered meals and, depending on how you feel about heights, stunning/terrifying views.
Adventurous vacationers access the pods by ascending the cliff face via a network or rock climbing routes or ziplines.
Once at the suspended camp, visitors enjoy the view from wooden platforms that sit on top of each pod while the guide/personal chef prepares dinner and serves up a choice of wine or beer.
The pods can hold up to four climbers and measure 24 feet in length and eight feet in width and height. Each unit has two single beds, a double bed and a somewhat private bathroom.
A night will cost you around $290 USD, and that includes dinner, breakfast and a nerve-calming alcoholic beverage. Go ahead and book your stay here.