The Best Truly Remote Hotels Where You Can Get Away from It All
More than seven billion people live on Earth, a number that is expected to grow to 10.9 billion by the year 2050. With each day urbanization sweeps the globe, the isolated areas—the middle-of-nowheres —are becoming scarce. Fortunately, for those who want to revel in secluded corners, there are still places to hide without forsaking comforts. From the northernmost Arctic wilderness to the remotest tropical islands, here are some of the best places to enjoy the loneliest locations we have left—roughing it not required.
With walls covered in sealskin, maps, and driftwood, the Basecamp Hotel of the Svalbard Islands was once known as the “Trapper’s Hotel.” In
The Mountain Seas Arts and Wilderness Reserve is surrounded by 40,000 miles of empty