Hotel search trivago presents nine jaw-dropping hotels around the world that are tucked away in tropical jungles. Retire in white canopy beds in the Daintree Rainforest of Australia (the oldest rainforest in the world), share a backyard with squirrel monkeys in Brazil, or treat yourself to a luxurious dip in an infinity pool nestled in tropical Balinese forests. Each of these properties promises a sensory celebration.
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Rayavadee Hotel (Ao-Nang, Krabi Province, Thailand)
Located on the edge of Krabi Marine National Park in Thailand, Rayavadee Hotel is accessible only by boat. With 98 pavilions and four villas, this luxury property has a beautiful pool area surrounded by palms, tropical gardens, and coconut forests as well as a restaurant tucked inside a limestone cave on the white sands of its beaches.
Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa Hotel (Queensland, Australia)
In the middle of the most biologically diverse region of Australia (the Daintree Rainforest), lies the Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa Hotel. Its spa welcomes guests to a jungle oasis with a wide range of treatments -- derived from the wisdom, medicine, and spirituality of Aboriginal culture. From the balcony, guests may listen to the exotic bird-songs and enjoy a sweeping view of the oldest rainforest in the world.
Six Senses Yao Noi (Phang Nga, Thailand)
Guests arrive by boat to one of the most beautiful and highly-acclaimed resorts in Thailand, the five-star Hotel Six Senses Yao Noi, located on an island in the Phang Nga Bay between the cities of Phuket and Krabi. The resort invites visitors to "enjoy with all senses" while dining in a private gazebo surrounded by palm trees -- complete with a glass floor through which you can observe the wonders of the ocean below.
Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel (Manaus, Brazil)
Deep in the Brazilian rainforest, at the union of the Rio Negro and Anavihanas island-archipelago, lies the Amazon Towers Hotel Ariau. Its extensive network of boardwalks, suspension bridges and residential towers on Brazilian ironwood stilts forms this jungle accommodation where luxury meets wilderness. Squirrel monkeys are constantly spotted running through the premises. From the hotel, guests have the chance to swim with rare pink dolphins, canoe through Rio Negro, go trekking through the jungle, or try their hand at piranha fishing!
Royal Pita Maha Hotel (Ubud, Bali, Indonesia)
On the edge of the town of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia, lies The Royal Pita Maha, a hotel featuring a heavenly spa, three equally majestic pools, and celebrated dining options. Inside, the luxurious villas are decorated with Balinese crafts and are built on the slope of a mountain -- offering plenty of sun and a breathtaking view of the rainforest. After a hike or a dip, retire on a bed draped with a luscious white silk canopy.
Banyan Tree Bintan Hotel & Resort (Lagoi, Indonesia)
In Singapore and looking for an exotic escape from the city? Just 45 minutes away by ferry from the Singapore urban jungle lies the Banyan Tree Bintan Hotel & Resort. The resort villas are located in pristine rainforest and provide a broad view of the South China Sea. In the rooms, tourists may expect four-poster beds made of dark wood and decoration in traditional Balinese style. Enjoy a romantic dinner on the beach or on the seaside rocks.
Belmond La Residence d'Angkor (Siem Reap, Cambodia)
Along the river in Siem Reap, the gateway to the temples of Angkor Wat, La Residence d'Angkor welcomes all jungle-loving tourists. In the Kong Kea Spa, the hotel's guests enjoy five beautifully lit waterfalls and a saltwater pool set amongst palm trees and exotic plants. The spacious rooms of the resort are equipped with furniture made of traditional hardwoods and decorated with rich silks and cottons. The room terraces offer views of the pool, river, or tropical gardens.
Layana Resort & Spa (Koh Lanta)
Koh Lanta's long, spectacular beaches paint a flawless picture of a tropical Thai paradise. The five-star Layana Resort & Spa, renowned for its exemplary standard of service, offers visitors an assortment of excursions and activities -- from Thai boxing to wine tasting, elephant trekking to cooking classes. Tucked away in the enchanting Mu Koh Lanta National Park, visitors are bound to be mystified by the resort's luscious forest landscape.
The Canopy Rainforest Treehouses (Cairns, Australia)
In the green brush of Cairns Highland area, the Eco-Rainforest Resort "Canopy Treehouses" welcomes all jungle-inclined tourists to Australia. All six tree houses of the facility blend in visually with the surrounding landscape. Equipped with two bedrooms, a kitchen for self-catering, Jacuzzi, and a balcony with barbecue and hammock, these tree huts perfectly suit the adventure tourist seeking a close-to-nature experience. Wake up to the call of tropical birds like the Torre honeyeater or mask dwarf parrot.