Guests at Chile’s Puro Vik can gaze across the Andes from one of 19 glass casas set into the trees.
Each of the villas – which start from $1,100 – was designed by architect Marcelo Daglio has views over the nearby lake from full-length windows as well as a private terrace, complete with tub for al fresco bathing.
Rooms all follow different themes, ranging from Japanese-style interiors with wooden screens, to the kitschy Letras suite, which has brightly coloured rugs and seating shaped like a giant boxing glove. Visitors can take part in yoga, cooking classes, mountain biking and horseback riding.
And there’s not far to go for dinner, with restaurants Milla Milla and The Pavilion both within walking distance.