Swim-up cabana? Not bad. Rope-swing treehouse? Touché.
But it's hard to imagine a room-for-rent anywhere that can compete with Iceland’s Panorama Glass Lodge, a hideaway 30 minutes from Reykjavik that spends its winters bathing in the Northern Lights and its summers under a midnight sun.
Tucked amid snow-capped fjords and facing the Greenland Sea, the lodge’s natural main attraction is the glass-encased bedroom, which boasts stellar views on all sides. But the space also comes equipped with a small kitchen and rain shower, not to mention the kingly wood-paneled hot tub outside. Conveniently, the lodge is a stone’s throw from day hikes that feature waterfalls, volcanic craters and lighthouses — assuming you ever leave your room.
Oh, and don’t worry, the spot’s isolated enough that you shouldn’t have to worry about privacy. Though those blinds roll down just in case.
Find out more information on booking here.