Many people like to spend life in the heart of nature, city life offers a lot of facilities but comes with a lot of complexities, as well. Whereas, nature seems to offer something opposite to city life. For the wildlife lovers or the lovers of nature, Mashpi Lodge, A luxurious hotel could be a perfect retreat. It is perched 900 meters above sea level and what not. BBC tv series goes their way out to capture some behind the scene of this luxurious retreat in the middle of wildlife. Also, the place is one of the last biodiversity hubs on the earth.
Mashpi Lodge is a luxury hotel which is located in the Andean Cloud Forest of Ecuador.
A BBC TV series goes up the retreat to capture some behind the scene facts about the hotel and unfold how the staff there manages in 90% humidity.
They also found out what they serve in the dinner or what the most popular dish is for the dinner. Which turned out to be guinea pigs.
The luxurious place has 22 bedrooms that offer a spectacular view from the windows.
Each night stay cost up to $1,500. Apart from a luxurious stay in the hotel, the guests get to admire the great view of the wildlife.
It is said that the forest that surrounds the hotel, houses about 500 species of birds, also, monkeys and pumas.
The lodge offers a lot of facilities such as spa (with natural ingredients), a small boutique and wellness area.
Not just that some ingredients are gathered from the surrounding rain forest, such as papaya, chocolate, coffee, and plantain. The hotel has a unique yet amazing observation tower, too.
In the tv show, the famous food critic Coren and master chef Galetti says that the hotel has changed the lives of the local communities.