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World’s Top Ten Most Extraordinary Hotels

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They’re not always the most popular or conventional hotels. And that’s exactly what Lonely Planet is going for with its inaugural picks for the world’s best accommodations.

The travel publisher’s panel of experts chose their top 10 in each of three categories: “most extraordinary places to stay,”for its list of top hotels. Some are unique, out-of-the-way spots while others are more well-known.

Picks run the gamut from trendy hostels to luxury eco-lodges. Check out Lonely Planet’s recommendations in the “extraordinary” category above and see whether you agree.

“This collection is one-of-a-kind, carefully curated by the most well-traveled people on Earth,” said Tom Hall, LonelyPlanet.com editorial director, in a press statement. “Our authors provide their honest opinion and never take freebies in exchange for positive coverage, so you can trust our reviews.”

Most extraordinary hotels around the world

1. Mihir Garh, Rajasthan, India

1. Mihir Garh, Rajasthan, India

2. Planet Baobab, Gweta, Botswana

2. Planet Baobab, Gweta, Botswana

3. Prendiparte B&B, Bologna, Italy

3. Prendiparte B&B, Bologna, Italy

4. Qasr Al Sarab, UAE

4. Qasr Al Sarab, UAE

5. Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge, TAS, Australia

5. Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge, TAS, Australia

6. Free Spirit Spheres, British Columbia, Canada

6. Free Spirit Spheres, British Columbia, Canada

7. Taskonak Hotel, Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey

7. Taskonak Hotel, Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey

8. Thonga Beach Lodge, iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa

8. Thonga Beach Lodge, iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa

9. Saugerties Lighthouse, New York, USA

9. Saugerties Lighthouse, New York, USA

10. The Gibbon Experience Treehouse, Bokeo Reserve, Laos

10. The Gibbon Experience Treehouse, Bokeo Reserve, Laos

What would you add to this list?


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Top Ten Things You May Not Know About Disney’s Polynesian Resort at Walt Disney World Resort

Aloha! Disney’s Polynesian Resort opened in 1971 as one of the first on-site hotels at the Walt Disney World Resort. Celebrate the spirit of the South Pacific at this tropical oasis of coconut palms and lush vegetation, all on the shores of beautiful Seven Seas Lagoon.

Here’s a look at the top ten things you might not know about Disney’s Polynesian Resort.

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