A verdant, manmade volcano with plush beds and spa services is buried in the forests of Neltume, Chile.
The Montaña Mágica (Magic Mountain) Lodge is an adventure unlike any other, boasting a swinging bridge entrance and a waterfall pouring from its roof.
And you can't beat its location, either: It's buried inside 232 square miles of Huilo Huilo Reserva Biológica, a nature preserve.
The area is home to plenty of local animal inhabitants, including the adorably small Pudu deer.
As to see them better, Montaña Mágica even provides outdoor hot tubs carved into massive tree trunks.
If staying indoors is more your style, head to the nearest window for a view.
Arenal Volcano, carved by nature, is close enough to spot from your window.
Thanks to its luxury amenities, Montaña Mágica is far from cheap.
Start budgeting now; room prices begin at $264 per night.
Where else can you get a view like this?
It's not for those hesitant about adventure.
After days spent trekking through the wilderness, unwind each night at the hotel's bar.
This is hardly roughing it.
The hotel's natural decor makes it feel as if you brought the outdoors inside with you.
The hotel's owners hope the property is a total one-of-a-kind experience for visitors.
According to the website, Montaña Mágica is a "reminder of the majesty of Mother Nature."
Reflected in the polished surfaces of the hotel, Mother Nature is looking good.
Who knew she had such style?
This seems like the perfect place to get away from it all.
If the best benefit of a vacation is clearing your mind, unwinding in rural Chile should do the trick.
Opportunities like this don't come often.
And staying in a volcano won't likely happen more than once.
It's pure, unadulterated magic.
Citations: Is this the most magical hotel in the world? Chilean lodge covered in a living wall, complete with waterfall cascading over building (Daily Mail)