North America

Experience Montana from a private cabin on a cattle ranch where fly-fishing in clear streams, hiking the Rockies, and horseback riding are part of the everyday. Or settle into a striking, contemporary hotel built on stilts and delve into the little-known maritime culture of Newfoundland. Our collection of lodges in North America draws together architectural innovation, the traditions of America’s pioneers, and the great treasures of the continent’s wild places.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, United States

Bentwood Inn

With the Tetons rising on the horizon, the Snake River rushing past, and Jackson just a few miles down the road, the Bentwood Inn is a cozy bed and breakfast hewn from lodgepole pines that offers a quintessential Wyoming experience.

Manitoba, Canada

Churchill Wild

Two cozy wilderness lodges on the edge of the Hudson Bay offer an Arctic experience like no other, inviting you to track polar bears on foot, swim with beluga whales, and examine fascinating flora and fauna up close.

Costalegre, Mexico

Cuixmala

Poised along a jungle-clad ridge overlooking remote beaches on Mexico’s Pacific coast, the grand villas and cozy casitas of Cuixmala are a secluded eco sanctuary set within a 25,000-acre biosphere reserve.

Newfoundland, Canada

Fogo Island Inn

A stay at Fogo Island Inn is an invitation to experience a centuries-old island culture, from its fishing and foraging traditions to its robust heritage of art, crafts, and lilting music.

Colima, Mexico

Hacienda de San Antonio

Sparkling fountains and beautiful gardens fill the courtyards of Hacienda de San Antonio, an elegant 19th-century home with a working ranch and coffee plantation set dramatically among volcanic peaks in the Mexican highlands.

Big Sky, Montana, United States

Lone Mountain Ranch

Just north of Yellowstone National Park, in the mountains near Big Sky, a cluster of charming cabins hewn from lodgepole pine provide a cozy retreat—and a little piece of Montana's history—to those who come to explore the great wilderness of the West.

British Columbia, Canada

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is the very definition of a secret hideaway, nestled into the old growth forests of British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest.

British Columbia, Canada

Siwash Lake Wilderness Resort

A collection of cozy cabins and canvas tents hidden deep in the heart of British Columbia's cowboy country, Siwash Lake Wilderness Resort offers a premier horseback riding experience as well as fly-fishing, kayaking, and miles of trails.

Western Montana Wilderness, United States

The Ranch at Rock Creek

Due south of Glacier National Park, in a secluded valley split by the sparkling waters of Rock Creek, the spirit of old Montana is alive and well.

Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, United States

Tutka Bay Lodge

A secluded cove at the tip of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula harbors Tutka Bay Lodge, an intimate family-owned wilderness lodge with a culinary twist.

South-Central Alaskan Wilderness, United States

Winterlake Lodge

At the edge of a lake along the historic Iditarod Trail, the hand-built wood cabins of Winterlake offer a beautiful base for your adventures fishing, hiking, or dogsledding in Alaska's backcountry.