Once you go five star bungalow, it’s hard to go back to reality…

If you’re after more than just a standard holiday, these dreamy overwater bungalows scream absolute perfection at the top of their five star, gold plated lungs. Hand picked by luxury booking site Jetsetter, these hotel stunners offer infinity pools, outdoor showers, spas and restaurants with ingredients that travel better than you do! Think: crystal blue waters, cloudless blue skies, soft sands and views that most travelers can only dream of. Now that visualization is on point, you’ll just need to get your finances there too, because these places aren’t cheap…

Hot tip: a good travel agent can often take hotel rates like the ones found below and shave them in half. Good to know, right?

a tropical island with huts and a beach with Bora Bora in the backgroundFour Seasons Bora Bora

From: £983/$1305 per night (November).

a small island with a dock and a boatLikuliku Lagoon Resort, Fiji

From: £686/$911 (November/December).

a group of houses in the oceanAngsana Ihuru, Maldives

From: £232/$308 (October/November).

a small island with buildings and a dock in the middle of the oceanSong Saa Private Island, Cambodia

From: £543/$721 (September/October).

a building on stilts over waterThe St. Regis Bora Bora

From: £679/$902 (March).

a pool with palm trees and houses on stiltsPangkor Laut Resort, Malaysia

From: £160/$212 (November/December).

a group of huts in the water

Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort, Tahiti

From: £285/$378 (November/December).

a dock with tables and chairs on itConstance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius

From: £444/$590 (October/November).

a house on a rocky beachSix Senses Ninh Van Bay, Vietnam

From: £475/$630 (September).

a group of houses on waterEl Dorado Maroma by Karisma, Mexico

From: £259/$344 (September/October).

Which overwater bungalow hotel tops your list?

Featured image courtesy of Pangkor Laut.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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