Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru
Make all of your nightmares come true by paying roughly $300 a night to sleep in a translucent "luxury" capsule suspended from the top of a mountain at the Skylodge Adventure Suites, the world's first hanging lodge. You need to be in solid physical condition to stay here though, because getting to your coffin/capsule requires a 1,300ft climb, and alas, there are no helipads here. But, hey. It’s not everywhere that $300 buys you a lifetime of agoraphobic nightmare grist.
Accommodations starting at a mere $123 per night await you after you climb 60,000 stone steps cut through the cleft of a cliff known as the Thread of Sky. Want to upgrade? Hire porters to carry you up in a wicker chair suspended on two bamboo poles – you decide which sounds safer/more relaxing to you. This ancient site is nestled at the top of a cluster of natural granite towers with sweeping views of the Huangshan mountain range, but buyer beware: you are 100% staying here for the location and the view. The accommodations and amenities here are, in a word, meh. But that view though!