Are you game enough to stay in this cliff hotel?

Suspended 365m above a mystical valley, these luxury capsules allow you to experience Cuzco, Peru, in a way you’d never imagine was possible.

If you love adventure, out-of-the-box travel experiences and heights, then the Skylodge Adventure Suites are about to shoot to the top of your bucket list.

Hidden in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru, these transparent pods allow you the chance to sleep suspended above a picturesque chasm with a view unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

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A once-in-a-lifetime experience. Picture: Skylodge Adventure Suites

Getting here, however, isn’t quite as easy as one would hope. In fact, you’d better not have a fear of heights or falling…

Those who get the chance to stay at the Skylodge Adventure Suites must either climb their way up Via Ferrata or hike an intrepid trail through ziplines.

Once you’ve safely arrived, though, it’s nothing but luxury and unparalleled views of the valley below.

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The capsules are 7m in length and 2m in height and width. Picture: Skylodge Adventure Suites

The lodge is composed of three capsule suites with a total capacity for eight people.

The capsules themselves are crafted from aerospace aluminium and weather-resistant polycarbonate, making them safe and well-protected against the elements.

Want to stay here? You’ll have to climb your way up. Picture: Skylodge Adventure Suites

Each pod is complete with four beds, a dining area and a private bathroom.

A night’s stay here also comes with breakfast and a gourmet dinner.

Imagine a night under the stars here… Picture: Skylodge Adventure Suites

The unconventional digs are also kind to the area in which they sit.

They’re solar powered and feature dry ecological bathroom facilities.

Three capsules make up the incredible Skylodge Adventure Suites. Picture: Skylodge Adventure Suites

A night here starts at around $625 per night depending on the seasons, which is pretty reasonable for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The question is, are you game enough?

Originally published as Are you game enough to stay in this cliff hotel? by Katie Skelly.