For those rich people looking to get away from the rest of us poor saps (which, let’s face it, is all rich people), might we suggest booking a stay at the Fogo Island Inn?
Located on top of a rock on an island in the middle of nowheresland Canada (also known as Newfoundland), the “inn” is really more like a resort for people who like to pretend to rough it — while being lavishly pampered in the process. And even better, you can feel good about the money you’ve spent: all proceeds from the hotel go toward benefiting residents of the island.
So what do you do at a hotel in this deserted spot? Well enjoy the views, for one, which are spectacular (see photos below); enjoy the inn’s sauna and hot tubs; eat in the beautiful dining room; and if you’re feeling adventurous, check out the number of icebergs in the area, which travel down to Fogo Island during April through June. Prices for a suite with full board start at $1,200/night.