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345 TripleCreek Ranch

23 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

Triple Creek is a service-driven, adults-only property located in Montana’s Bitterroot Mountains. The 600-acre landscape has 23 plush log cabins, each outfitted with cozy touches like wood-burning fireplaces, hot tubs, and locally woven woolens. Itineraries are tailored to guests’ interests and can include dinners at the chef’s table, wine tastings, and helicopter tours.

Room to Book:

The Baker and Boulder cabins are the least expensive, but still have a sitting area and fireplace and offer access to a hot tub.

Insider Tip:

Don't miss a snowshoe excursion across the Chief Joseph Pass—explored by Lewis and Clark in 1805—or the chocolate chip cookies served by cowboy-booted staffers on your return.

42939 Southern Ocean Lodge

23 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

On a sparsely populated island 30 minutes by plane from Adelaide sits this lodge, which is contemporary in design and green in attitude. The 21 spacious suites have limestone floors, artwork by local artisans, and outdoor terraces. Air-conditioning is unnecessary: the property was constructed to take advantage of natural weather patterns. Owners James and Hayley Baillie developed only one percent of their total acreage on the wildlife-filled isle, leaving the rest of the land in a preservation trust. Guests learn about the resort’s sustainability policy upon check-in, underscoring the Baillies’ appreciation of the landscape’s natural beauty.

23455 TripleCreek Ranch

23 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

Triple Creek is a service-driven, adults-only property located in Montana’s Bitterroot Mountains. The 600-acre landscape has 23 plush log cabins, each outfitted with cozy touches like wood-burning fireplaces, hot tubs, and locally woven woolens. Itineraries are tailored to guests’ interests and can include dinners at the chef’s table, wine tastings, and helicopter tours.

Room to Book:

The Baker and Boulder cabins are the least expensive, but still have a sitting area and fireplace and offer access to a hot tub.

Insider Tip:

Don't miss a snowshoe excursion across the Chief Joseph Pass—explored by Lewis and Clark in 1805—or the chocolate chip cookies served by cowboy-booted staffers on your return.

4995 TripleCreek Ranch

19 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

Triple Creek is a service-driven, adults-only property located in Montana’s Bitterroot Mountains. The 600-acre landscape has 23 plush log cabins, each outfitted with cozy touches like wood-burning fireplaces, hot tubs, and locally woven woolens. Itineraries are tailored to guests’ interests and can include dinners at the chef’s table, wine tastings, and helicopter tours.

Room to Book:

The Baker and Boulder cabins are the least expensive, but still have a sitting area and fireplace and offer access to a hot tub.

Insider Tip:

Don't miss a snowshoe excursion across the Chief Joseph Pass—explored by Lewis and Clark in 1805—or the chocolate chip cookies served by cowboy-booted staffers on your return.

5797 Southern Ocean Lodge

19 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

On a sparsely populated island 30 minutes by plane from Adelaide sits this lodge, which is contemporary in design and green in attitude. The 21 spacious suites have limestone floors, artwork by local artisans, and outdoor terraces. Air-conditioning is unnecessary: the property was constructed to take advantage of natural weather patterns. Owners James and Hayley Baillie developed only one percent of their total acreage on the wildlife-filled isle, leaving the rest of the land in a preservation trust. Guests learn about the resort’s sustainability policy upon check-in, underscoring the Baillies’ appreciation of the landscape’s natural beauty.

6890 Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

19 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

On the edge of a collapsed volcano, the hotel has guest rooms with glass-fronted verandas for viewing wildlife. Parents Love The daylong safari, which includes a picnic in Ngorongoro Crater. Kids Love Twilight dance performances by the Masai.

Room to Book:

No. 59, for the best vantage point of the crater.

Insider Tip:

The sunset views from the lodge’s gardens are exquisite.

6020 Oberoi Udaivilas

19 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

Picture your arrival: you're met at the airport by a car and driver, guided onto a private boat, then ferried across Lake Pichola—past Udaipur's domed lakefront palaces—into the gardens and fountains of the Udaivilas estate. You're led to your suite, tempered with earth tones. From your window, Udaipur, the city of lakes, carved into the desert landscape by Mewari royals in the 16th century, sparkles in the sun. When sensory overload subsides, wind your way through sprawling courtyards to a traditional Kashmiri gondola, where champagne and canapés for two await. Come back to the 30-acre lakeside property another time to receive traditional Meenakari jewelry boxes lined with deep-red velvet and adorned with enamel flowers, departure gifts given to repeat visitors.

Room to Book:

All 19 Premiere Lake Views have private pools and terraces, but the 9 that face the nature preserve offer wildlife spotting (peacocks; deer; wild boar) as well as views of the marble palaces of mainland Udaipur.

Insider Tip:

Wander through the on-site Bada Mahal, an 18th-century former palace with delicate frescoes.

6862 Southern Ocean Lodge

19 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

On a sparsely populated island 30 minutes by plane from Adelaide sits this lodge, which is contemporary in design and green in attitude. The 21 spacious suites have limestone floors, artwork by local artisans, and outdoor terraces. Air-conditioning is unnecessary: the property was constructed to take advantage of natural weather patterns. Owners James and Hayley Baillie developed only one percent of their total acreage on the wildlife-filled isle, leaving the rest of the land in a preservation trust. Guests learn about the resort’s sustainability policy upon check-in, underscoring the Baillies’ appreciation of the landscape’s natural beauty.

5257 TripleCreek Ranch

19 December 2012 Published in 5000 Hotels

Triple Creek is a service-driven, adults-only property located in Montana’s Bitterroot Mountains. The 600-acre landscape has 23 plush log cabins, each outfitted with cozy touches like wood-burning fireplaces, hot tubs, and locally woven woolens. Itineraries are tailored to guests’ interests and can include dinners at the chef’s table, wine tastings, and helicopter tours.

Room to Book:

The Baker and Boulder cabins are the least expensive, but still have a sitting area and fireplace and offer access to a hot tub.

Insider Tip:

Don't miss a snowshoe excursion across the Chief Joseph Pass—explored by Lewis and Clark in 1805—or the chocolate chip cookies served by cowboy-booted staffers on your return.