Traveling to a remote location often comes along with a bit of a “roughing it” mentality, in which things like around-the-clock electricity, wifi, comfy beds, and spa treatments aren’t exactly readily available.

But fear not, there are a whole slew of secluded hotels around the world that offer up the best of the best in accommodations, amenities and chic factor so you don’t have to rough it at all.

1. Grande Provence, South Africa

It’s not so much a hotel as a beautiful vineyard set among the backdrop of the jagged South African mountains in Franschhoek, but Grande Provence is simplistically and luxuriously perfect; it’s what you wish your own house would look like. A handful of bedrooms set within the vines themselves. You can book them independently or together as a house with friends. With an award-winning chef, the food is exquisite home cooking, you can imagine! Franschhoek is the most picturesque white-washed, Cape-Dutch-built town set along one long road behind the hills of the Western Cape. The Franschhoek Pass has some of the world’s best views!

2. Castello di Ugento, Puglia

Castello di Ugento, Puglia – a romantic castle dating back to the 13th century, which has just been restored by the owners, in the town of Ugento in the heel of Italy. It has outstanding frescos and nine beautiful suites. It’s a fascinating region with olive groves, some of the loveliestwhite sandy beaches, hidden grottos and the crystal-clear waters of the Ionian Sea. It’s a tiny, perfect place and has some of the best food.

3. Nimmo Bay, British Columbia

Nimmo Bay in British Columbia. It’s fly-in only, nestled in a remote and hidden bay near Vancouver Island, in the southern Great Bear Rainforest. It was founded by the Murray family; the entire experience is infused with their spirit. They are hardworking, fun and all singers. Evenings are filled with music and storytelling. The place is also dedicated to sustainability and minimises its carbon footprint using hydroelectricity. The Murrays are passionate conservationists and very engaged in public outreach with neighbours. There is a waterfall just behind the property; the wildlife is astonishing and the location is so beautiful and serene it will break your heart.

4. Hacienda Hotel Vira Vira, IX Región

Located in the Lake District of Southern Chile, Hacienda Hotel Vira Vira is far from the hustle and bustle. More like a Swiss chalet than a typical Latin American inn, this spot has a family vibe that’s totally warm and welcoming. With a towering volcano in the backdrop and cows in the foreground, this luxury boutique hotel is a real stunner.

5. Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort

You can thank us for suggesting this spot as you gaze off into the distance at the mist rolling off the hills outside your giant windows. Anantara is one of the most luxurious properties in Thailand and it also happens to be home to more than 20 elephants. Yes, that’s a whole camp full of elephants you can hang with throughout your trip.

6. Thorngrove Manor, Stirling, SA

Give you the royal treatment at this exclusive hidden castle only 20 minutes from Adelaide. Guests have the choice of one of five romantic guestrooms each with a stunning picturesque view. Thorngrove offers a variety of activities for guests including horseback riding and picnics for two in the garden. Owners of the manor have designed the property for complete privacy and exceptional service and no communal spaces—perfect for social distancing.

7. Seascape, Annandale, NZ

For the client seeking a secluded and romantic getaway, Seascape is a breathtaking spot only accessible by either helicopter or 4WD on a private beach. Annadale is a private ultra-modern retreat with an outdoor spa overlooking the beach. The architecture and building design in mesmerising, the grand curtain wall with floor to ceiling glass takes advantage of the views of Banks Peninsula. For guests wanting to escape from it all, Seascape is the remedy.