Looking for a hotel that's literally in the middle of nowhere? Welcome, isolationist, to the Tikchik Lodge in Alaska's untrodden Bristol Bay, where the phrase "off-the-grid" is elevated to whole new levels. For starters, the lodge is in Alaska, so naturally it's super far from the America you know and love, and the state's guarded by native Palins, who deter uncountable would-be tourists from even considering it as a travel destination. Assessed the risks? Now consider the multi-pronged journey; begin by flight to Anchorage, then hop a Saab turbo prop to Dillingham. Never heard of Dillingham? No problem, neither has anyone else with things to do. Now, just as you realize that Dillingham isn't connected to any state-road system, await your private floatplane which will deliver you for the final leg to unadulterated wilderness.