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The world's most extraordinary hotels – in pictures

A fort in Rajasthan tops Lonely Planet’s inaugural list of the world’s  lost extraordinary places to stay, which also includes spherical treehouses in Vancouver Island’s forest, and a cave hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey. Browse the gallery to see all 10 winners in order …http://gu.com/p/3mztz

Mihir Garh, Rajasthan  "The fort sits in splendid isolation amid the Thar Desert near Jodhpur. It looks like an enormous sandcastle, a mirage, and is not just a unique place to stay; it’s a shrine to the artistic and architectural traditions of Rajasthan in general and Jodhpur in particular." / Photograph: PR

Mihir Garh, Rajasthan
“The fort sits in splendid isolation amid the Thar Desert near Jodhpur. It looks like an enormous sandcastle, a mirage, and is not just a unique place to stay; it’s a shrine to the artistic and architectural traditions of Rajasthan in general and Jodhpur in particular.” / Photograph: PR

 

 

 

 

 

 

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