We hate to break it to you, but your bedroom is not the best bedroom in the U.S.—even if you have a California King-sized, Tempur-Pedic mattress and a flat screen TV that rises out of the bed frame. The best bedrooms are the ones that are unlike anything you’ll see at home, the bedrooms you want to travel for. A safari tent in Montana is the perfect example, with its gorgeous, wood furniture; clean, crisp white, linens; the soft glow of lanterns; and a front wall that opens fully to a private view of a rushing river. Maybe you would prefer a more modern bedroom in a cabin in California, adorned in saturated colors with a breathtaking, endless view of the rugged desert landscapes of Joshua Tree. We love the fresh, ocean breezes that flow through the bright, airy, and sumptuously furnished bedroom of a villa on a private Island in the Florida Keys. This is just a small taste of what we consider to be the best bedrooms in the U.S. Keep reading to discover the rest!