The highest hotels in the world
Yeti Mountain Home Kongd.
Altitude: 4770 m above sea level.
According to rumors, this hotel is located in an area inhabited by a real snowman. You can get to the hotel only by helicopter, incidentally reviewing the beauty of New Zealand’s glaciers, in particular, the most high mountain: Mount Cook.
Altitude: 3912 m above sea level.
The hotel consists of several high-tech modules and can accommodate 48 people.
Altitude: 3100 m above sea level.
From the windows of the rooms of this hotel, you can enjoy an unrivaled view of the 29 peaks of the Swiss Alps, including the famous Matterhorn mountain.
Altitude: 3000 m above sea level.
The hotel is located in the last of the existing Buddhist kingdoms on the planet. The guests enjoy a beautiful view of the 16th century monastery and the valley overgrown with bamboo.
Far view lodge
Altitude: 2400 m above sea level.
The hotel is located in a unique place – the very “corner” of the state of Colorado, where it borders on the states of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. The hotel’s terrace offers a wonderful multi-kilometer panorama.
Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge
Altitude: 2350 m above sea level.
One of a kind hotel, which borders on the sacred buildings of the Incas, whose age exceeds 15 centuries.
Altitude: 2200 m above sea level.
This small hotel in the Canadian province of British Columbia, designed for only a few guests.
To get here is fashionable only by helicopter, since there are simply no highways near Purcell Mountain.
Altitude: 1700 m above sea level.
The hotel is made in the style of modern architecture of glass and metal. The building is equipped with its own wind power plant and autonomous system operating from rooftop-mounted solar panels.