Would you stay in a hotel that hangs off a cliff?

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Would You Stay in a Hotel That Hangs Off a Cliff?

Would you sleep here? Probably not if you're afraid of heights! This is Skylodge Adventure Suites in Cusco, Peru. It's billed as the world's "first ever hanging lodge." Getting there? Not so easy.

First, you strap yourself into a safety harness, then climb to your solar-powered pod using a series of ladders and cables. The trek up takes about 3 to 4 hours.

Can you really relax once you're there? Sure, it offers amazing views but, there's also an incredibly steep drop-off some 1,300 feet! Thankfully, it's dry in Cusco much of the year -- but, can you imagine this place in a storm? In case you're wondering, the glass orb does have a bathroom and perhaps more importantly, curtains!

Check-out is via zip line. Talk about having to work for your vacation!

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