5 Must See Secluded Hotels

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Ever just throw your hands up and want to run away from all the stresses in life, unplug, sleep in, or enjoy the serenity of seclusion? Well SeriouslyTravel has put together a list of hotels where you can do just that. Here are our picks for some of the world’s most secluded holidays.


Petit St. Vincent


This opulent 115-acre private island offers guests the chance to unplug from it all. Petit St. Vincent Island boasts NO televisions, Wi-Fi, or telephones. While enjoying one of the 22 expansive one or two bedroom villas you’ll also relish the complete privacy. If you require something from the staff simply use their unique flag system, hoist a yellow flag and their expert team will attend to your every need, while a red flag means you require total privacy. Service is impeccable and the two restaurants promise fresh seafood and organic island-grown fruits and vegetables. The Caribbean island is perfect for weddings and honeymoons.


Sossusvlei Desert Lodge


Besieged by mountains and sand dunes of the Namib Desert, Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is an escape like no other. Guests revel in the absolute silence, idealistic luxury, and complete tranquility that surround this secluded desert wilderness. Whether you enjoy stargazing or intimate picnics in the desert, this secluded destination has something for everyone. With it’s expert staff waiting to focus on your every need and chefs prepared to satisfy even the pickiest of palettes, Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is a remarkable place to unwind.

Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort

This Polynesian 10-acre island is pure isolated luxury. Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort has the best of island accommodations’ with its 24 suites and overwater bungalows, and 13 beach bungalows guests can enjoy endless views of pink sand beaches, wild coconut groves, and clear turquoise water. Indulge in fresh Polynesian and European meals under a huge potee, constructed by natives, that provides 360º vistas of the lagoon. Activities like diving, snorkeling, kayaking, deep-sea fishing, or simply reading a book on the pristine beach are all steps away. Guests truly get the sense of nirvana while enjoying a vacation here.

Saffire Freycinet

Saffire Freycinet is perched on a tender arc of white sand coastline just southeast of the Freycinet Peninsula. Visitors can witness awe-inspiring views of migrating whales and dolphins and calamari and squid spawning in the rocky ridges. Saffire Freycinet Tasmania guarantees relaxation and rejuvenation, an honored tradition built into the creation of the luxury lodge. Each private suite refuge boasts comfort and unique attention to detail with Australian coastal nature in the distance. Chefs prepare recipes of succulent fresh oysters from local farmers along with daily catches like rock lobster, scallops and deep-sea fish from local fisherman. Ultimate privacy is assured and a sense of being cut off from the world, but connected to the environment is prevalent at this luxury hide-a way.


In Southern Utah near the border of Arizona sits Canyon Point home to the 600-acre resort of Amangiri. Each suite and villa comes with sweeping views of the Grand Staircase, a massive geological formation. This exclusive resort is a paradise for people who need to detach from the world for a while. With exquisite spa services, sumptuous dining options, and exclusive activities visitors can experience total bliss amid the soaring plateaus and deep canyons. The one of a kind pool has an inviting hot tub and fire pit where being lazy is promoted. This distinctive destination is a must for peace seeking travelers.

Marie Hernandez is a travel journalist/blogger, the founder and author behind SeriouslyTravel. Her passion for travel and food inspires her to seek new places to visit and new foods to try. Originally from New Jersey and now living in Singapore, she and her husband travel throughout South East Asia discovering the beauty of "the other side of the world". Her desire is to inspire everyone to explore the world; even if it's just in your own back yard.

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