*Heart* travelling

Every now and then you come across some amazing hotels, that it seems that just visiting the hotel would already be worth the trip. Here some great spots to consider whenever you need to book a hotel.

* China - Commune by the Great Wall is a private collection of forty-two stunning contemporary architecture villas designed by twelve Asian architects, and hailed by Business Week as a “New Architectural Wonder of China”.

* Norway - At the farmstead of Burtigard a quite out-of-the-ordinary landscape hotel Juvet has been established. The landscape hotel with ten detached hotel 'rooms' have been sited separately, all with their own unique and beautiful view.

* Japan - A small but beautiful small three-story Japanese-style inn called the Fujiya Ginzan, designed by architect Kengo Kuma.

* Ireland - Grand Designs Magazine has listed the Glencomeragh Hermitages in its Top 10 eclectic spaces in the world for a grand getaway. A perfect treat for those in need of a little reflection and contemplation.

* USA - Located in Washington’s Methow Valley, the Rolling huts are the perfect accommodation. Designed as a modern alternative to camping, the six huts are grouped as a herd, each with views of the mountains.

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