1. Pedras Salgadas Spa & Nature Park (Portugal)
    Located in Bornes de Aguiar, Portugal and designed by Luis Rebelo de Andrade, the retreat consists of 12 modular eco-houses, two tree houses, and one main house that seamlessly blend into the centuries-old park it’s located in. \\\ More: http://design-milk.com/eco-friendly-spa-middle-nature/
  2. Ice Hotel (Sweden)
    Every year, 50,000 plus visitors flock to ICEHOTEL, a hotel in Jukkasjärvi, a small village in Northern Sweden. Not only is this hotel made of ice, it transforms itself each year with a new design theme. \\\ Photo by Paulina Holmgren \\\ See what artists did this past winter: http://design-milk.com/25th-anniversary-worlds-largest-ice-hotel/
  3. Dusit Thani Maldives
    Located on beautiful Mudhdhoo Island in the Maldives, 35 minutes away by seaplane from the capital Malé or 10 minutes by speedboat from Baa Atoll, this dream resort houses 94 villa and residences that boast the luxury of the Maldives with a healthy dose of Thai hospitality. \\\ More: http://design-milk.com/thai-ultimate-paradise-dusit-thani-maldives/
  4. Hotel Not Hotel (Amsterdam)
    If you’re looking for a hotel that’s completely outside the box, Amsterdam’s Hotel Not Hotel is just that place. “Normal” hotels have hallway after hallway of rooms that tend to resemble each other, but this place, it gives you options like sleeping in a completely restored antique tram car or behind a secret bookcase. \\\ More: http://design-milk.com/hotel-not-hotel-rooms-arent-just-rooms/
  5. Hotel Escondido (Mexico)
    Located between the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra del Madre Sur mountain range, the hotel is situated on a pristine stretch of coastline north of Puerto Escondido, Mexico with 16 villas designed by architect Federico Rivera Rio. \\\ More: http://design-milk.com/secluded-beach-hut-village-mexicos-coast/