Experience socially-distanced splendor at these unique hotels



Slide 1 of 19: The Post Ranch Inn's treehouse suites stand nine feet off the ground and are accessible by staircases.
Slide 2 of 19: Watch the stars from your bed through the skylight in the Post Ranch Inn's treehouse suites, which also feature wood-burning stoves and window seats.
Slide 3 of 19: Guests in the Post Ranch Inn's Ocean suites have a view of the Pacific.
Slide 4 of 19: Big Cypress Lodge also offers treehouse suites that can sleep up to six people in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom configuration. You may forget you're staying in downtown Memphis.

Slide 5 of 19: Each of Big Cypress Lodge's two Duck Cabins feature a king-sized bed and electric fireplace.
Slide 6 of 19: Guests at the Carneros Resort and Spa in California's Napa Valley can stay in one of 103 freestanding cottages.
Slide 7 of 19: The Carneros cottages start at 400 square feet of living space and some feature up to 800 square feet of outdoor living space. Amenities include indoor-outdoor showers, gas fire pits, and individual hot tubs.
Slide 8 of 19: You may think you've time-traveled back to the late 1950s or early '60s when you wake up in the kitschy cabins at the Andiron Seaside Inn in Mendocino, California.
Slide 9 of 19: At the Seaside Inn & Cabins, the staff believes social distancing is less awkward when there's a goat between you and the next person at happy hour.

Slide 10 of 19: The cottages at Horse Shoe Farm in Asheville, North Carolina, are ideal for families working and schooling remotely during the day. When work and school are over, there's an entire farm to explore just outside the double doors door.
Slide 11 of 19: If you’re missing the quiet comforts of a bed and breakfast, you won’t find a better combination of rustic hominess and room to roam than at Brewery Gulch Inn, located in Mendocino, California.
Slide 12 of 19: Immersed among the towering Redwoods, with private decks nestled in the forest, the 24 standalone treehouses at Canyon Ranch Woodside are ideal for social distancing and a short drive from San Francisco.
Slide 13 of 19: The windows Canyon Ranch Woodside's treehouse cabins don't have drapes, so you couldn't shut out nature even if you wanted to.
Slide 14 of 19: The El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas, gives its guests the option of staying in teepees, tents, yurts and vintage trailers.

Slide 15 of 19: Guests who prefer more of a fixed roof over their heads can stay in one of El Cosmico's vintage trailers.
Slide 16 of 19: Its newest addition, Cosmic Kasita, is El Cosmico's take on a tiny house, featuring a kitchenette, basic cooking supplies, and AC units.
Slide 17 of 19: Enjoy ocean views from the 2,000-square-foot Ritz-Carlton suite at the luxury brand's hotel in Half Moon Bay, California.
Slide 18 of 19: The sitting area also offers spectacular views of the Pacific.
Slide 19 of 19: Ritz-Carlton guests can prepare food and drinks in the suite's butler's pantry rather than trying to microwave their meal in the same room where they're sleeping.
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