Time magazine has a cool article breaking down the top 100 hotels in the world.

Back when I was a magazine editor, I often received invitations for press trips which involved visits to great historic places – from the Alamo in San Antonio to Flanders Fields in Belgium to the Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond. Soaking in all the history was a thrill, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy the great food, fine drink, and fancy hotels just as much. (All of this on someone else’s dime!)

So after seeing Time’s list, I was curious if I had actually stayed at any of the best hotels in the world. Alas, I have not. (And I can’t say I was too surprised.)

Here are the top 10, according to Time’s rankings:

10. The Singular Patagonia, Puerto Bories, Chile

Score: 97.14

More information, thesingular.com

9. Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont

Score: 97.19

More information, twinfarms.com

8. Casa Gangotena, Quito, Ecuador

Score: 97.2

More information, casagangotena.com

Book a trip to Quito.

7. The Willcox, Aiken, South Carolina

Score: 97.25

More information, thewillcox.com

6. The Lodge at Glendorn, Bradford, Pennsylvania

Score: 97.38

More information, glendorn.com

4. (tie) Montage Kapalua Bay, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii

Score: 97.39

More information, montagehotels.com/kapaluabay

4. (tie) Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, Australia

Score: 97.39

More information, southernoceanlodge.com.au

3. Huka Lodge, Taupo, New Zealand

Score: 97.65

More information, hukalodge.co.nz

2. The Spectator, Charleston, South Carolina

Score: 97.78

More information, thespectatorhotel.com

1. Nihiwatu, Sumba, Indonesia

Score: 98.35

You can see the rest of the list here.