There are seven hotels that every traveler must stay in at least once before they die. Not only are they luxury resorts, but each offers unforgettable features that set them apart from all other resorts.

1. Ascher Cliff

Ascher Cliff in Switzerland offers guests a unique and up-close way to explore the Appenzell Alps. This 19th century guest house was built in the side of a mountain just below the Ebenalp Cliff. The Wildkirchli Caves are next door, and there is an onsite restaurant. The views are spectacular, and you’ll have memories to last a lifetime.

2. Rayavadee Krabi

The Rayavadee Krabi in Thailand is known for its beautiful surroundings. Located on the Phra Nang Peninsula, this five star resort sits among tropical gardens, jungles, and coconut groves. Guests enjoy breathtaking views of the Andaman Sea and can explore the Krabi Marine National Park. Rayavadee is also home to Thailand’s best spas.

3. Conrad Maldives

A stay at Conrad Maldives of the Rangali Islands begins with a 30 minute seaplane ride to the two islands. Here guests will enjoy eight world class restaurants including the all glass Ithoa Restaurant where one actually dines under the sea. They also have two excellent spas and a wonderful beach on the lagoon.

Travel Musts: 7 Hotels To Stay In Before You Die

4. Panchoran Retreat

You’ll find the Panchoran Retreat in Bali where you have your choice of several unique guest houses. The Waterfall House hovers above many small waterfalls while the River House sits at the river’s bend directly across from the larger waterfall. Spend the night in the tree tops or a coconut grove as well.

5. Attrap Reeves Hotel

This French hotel has all the comforts of a luxury resort, but you sleep under the stars in your own private bubble. Most bubbles are clear, but there are some opaque versions for more privacy. Wake up in a queen size bed with the most amazing panoramic views you’ll ever find.

6. Homestead Resort and Spa

This United States treasure can be found in Utah. Along with an upscale resort, visitors are drawn in by the spring inside of a 55 foot tall crater. The water stays a warm 90 to 95° Fahrenheit all year, and the resort has turned it into a luxury swimming pool complete with diving, snorkeling, and paddle boarding.

7. Monte Carlo Inns

For gorgeous views, rich history, and enjoyable entertainment, check out the Monte Carlo Inns hotel in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Home to the Waterfront Festival, Jazz Festival, and Midnight madness, this quaint, seaside town will become your home away from home.

Remember to add these six terrific hotels to your bucket list. Then, the next time you travel, be sure to visit each of them for an experience of a lifetime.