In pictures: The best hotels in the world through the eyes of travel journalist Debbie Pappyn – Reizen
From a historic building full of character to an affordable boutique hotel or a romantic underwater bungalow: In total, Debbie Pappyn visited more than 1,000 hotels. She added her own experiences with the hotels to her ultimate wish list. The end result is bundled in the book 150 Hotels You Must Visit Before You Die. A little preview below.
Nimmo Bay Hotel on Vancouver Island © David De Vleeschauwer
Located deep in the wilderness of Vancouver Island, this hotel offers what Debbie Papyn describes as “life changing”.
Nimmo Bay Hotel (2) on Vancouver Island © David De Vleeschauwer
The Nimmo Bay Hotel is surrounded by beautiful Canadian countryside.
Herdade Da Malhadina Nova Country House & Spa in Portugal © David De Vleeschauwer
This oasis of calm offers a fascinating and unique glimpse into the history of the Portuguese region of Baixo Alentejo.
Wasurenosato Gajoen in Japan © David De Vleeschauwer
The essence of Japanese thermal culture in one place.
Tree house in Sweden © David De Vleeschauwer
Tree houses that make you dream are in a kind of winter wonderland.
Cortijo Del Marques in Spain © David De Vleeschauwer
The perfect starting point to explore the Andalusian countryside in style.
Hotel Budir © David De Vleeschauwer
The view from this hotel is Iceland in a nutshell: beautiful extremes that are extremely beautiful.
Alila Jabal Akhdar in Oman © David De Vleeschauwer
This romantic and deserted hotel is the perfect place to unwind and relax without the distraction.
Wolwedans in Namibia © David De Vleeschauwer
The most iconic lodge in the country, according to Debbie Pappyn.
150 Hotels You Must Visit Before You Die © David De Vleeschauwer
150 hotels that you must visit before you die are available in Lannoo and cost $ 25.99