Mihir Garh in Rajasthan has been named 'the most extraordinary hotel in the world' by Lonely Planet.
Built in 2009, the Indian fort hotel is made from tall mud walls and features nine exclusive suites, private terraces and plunge pools set on a dramatic sand dune.
Planet Baobab in Botswana, Prendiparte B&B in Italy and Qasr Al Sarab in the UAE also made the top ten list.
The most extraordinary hotels were compiled by Lonely Planet's most well-travelled experts who scoured the globe to find the best places to stay.
Writer James Kay said: "Few hotels are created without compromise, Mihir Garh is a rare example. This is not just a unique place to stay, it's a shrine to the artistic and architectural traditions of Rajasthan in general and Jodhpur in particular."
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