10 new global wonders - including Ogasawara Islands (Japan) South of Tokyo, this archipelago of over 30 islands is often called the "Galapagos of the Orient" because of its diverse ecosystems, landscapes, and native species.
Sandy beaches and infinity pools are great, but we particularly love when hotels have unique features like stunning underground grottos. Either natural or artificial, the cave structures typically have a water or spa feature surrounded by stone, making them ideal for a relaxing getaway. So if you want to feel like you've stumbled across some hidden treasure, skip the uninspired spas and bland indoor pools. Check out these eight hotel grottos you have to see to believe.
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