Guests Sleep At The Side Of A Cliff At This Adventurous Hotel in Peru

Certainly not for the faint-hearted…

If you’re afraid of heights, maybe tread a little carefully through this article.

Treading carefully is a skill many visitors to the Skylodge Adventure Suites in Peru certainly need, as the thrill-seekers hotel consists of a “room” that quite literally hangs off the side of a cliff. 

Waking up to this view! Priceless! #skylodgeadventuresuites #skylodge #urubambariver #peru #southamerica #thediscoverer

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So dreamy

For approximately £400 per person, travellers can book to stay in a transparent capsule overlooking the Sacred Valley of Peru. In case you’ve ever dreamed of sleeping in a glass box 1400 feet above ground, that is. 

Meet the capsule

Complete with a cosy bed, toilet, and six windows, the capsules at the Skylodge provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience, offering unparalleled views across the valley (and down into it, if you dare). 

Lo máximo !!! #Skylodge #Cusco #ValleSagrado #GoPro

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However, whilst the dreamy panorama will certainly up your Insta Cred, you actually have to get there first. Naturally, it isn’t all too easy. 

Rock climbing to our skylodges in the Sacred Valley #peru #tbt

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Enroute skylodge

Being an adventure suite, the journey to the Skylodge is nothing short of excitement. Simply to reach the hotel site, guests have to climb “400 metres via ferrata, or hike an intrepid trail through ziplines.” Upon reaching, we can imagine most people entirely out of breath, but it is the destination that likely takes their breath away.

And can you blame them? 

Bathroom with a view @skylodge

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You’ve never seen a bathroom like this before

Find out more over on the Skylodge Adventure Suites website, for whenever you feel like sleeping under the starry sky, waking up in the clouds, and peeing inside a capsule 1400 feet above the ground.  


Who’s coming? 

h/t: PopSugar