These Luxury RVs Are the Ultimate Escape

© WinnebagoThe Great Escape
America has a love affair with the RV and its inherent feeling of freedom — a few summer hours spent on any scenic byway will confirm this grand desire to hit the open road, but with all the comforts of home. And with most travel severely curtailed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, heading out in one of these luxury RVs would be the ultimate escape — a super way to enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing any of the comforts of home. Take a look at some of the most comfortable and luxurious motorhomes on the road, ready to cure almost any case of cabin fever.

© AirstreamAirstream Atlas
MSRP: $239,261
Airstream is well known for building high-quality, luxurious RVs and trailers, and the new Atlas is no exception. This Class B+ RV gets built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis that gives it a smaller footprint than big Class A motorhomes, making it easier to drive and maneuver. With its clean diesel powertrain the Atlas won’t struggle for power, yet it can still achieve an estimated 18 mpg. For those who want to bring some toys along, the Atlas can also tow up to 5,000 pounds.

© AirstreamAirstream Atlas
Like other Airstream models, the Atlas makes excellent use of interior space. Ideal for the empty nester, Atlas can seat four but sleeps only two. The comfortable sofa features two power recliners and is positioned for a perfect view of the 40-inch LED smart TV that rises out of its cabinet via remote control. Driver and passenger seats swivel to provide two additional seats in the “living room.” When it’s time for sleep, rather than unfolding the couch into what is often an uncomfortable bed, the couch gets folded flat and a power slideout expands the space, lowering a Murphy bed over the sofa for a convenient, comfortable sleep.

© AirstreamAirstream Atlas
The Atlas also features a full kitchen with a 2-burner gas stove, a convection microwave, a slideout pantry and refrigerator / freezer. One of the most attractive features of the Atlas is the bathroom, which spans the entire rear of the RV. With space to move around, the bath area has a mirrored vanity and sink, a proper shower with teak inlays, and a conveniently located closet for easy dressing after a shower. The entire section has a single door for maximum privacy.

© American CoachAmerican Coach Eagle
MSRP: $742,068
Building luxury RVs for more than 25 years, American Coach prides itself on utilizing the latest technology and premium components built on their exclusive Freightliner custom chassis. The top-line Eagle is 45 feet long and powered by a Cummins turbodiesel engine that produces 605 horsepower and a staggering 1,950 lb-ft of torque. With this much power on tap, the Eagle can pull practically any vehicle or trailer thanks to its 20,000-pound towing capacity.

© American CoachAmerican Coach Eagle
This giant RV has three separate slideouts to create an even bigger interior. Entering the Eagle, guests find a spacious living area with two couches — both of which can be transformed into beds. Behind one of the couches a hidden 49-inch 4K LED TV rises from its storage cabinet. There’s also a full kitchen with a 23-cubic-foot residential refrigerator / freezer with icemaker, a 2-burner induction cooktop, a convection microwave, a double sink and a dishwasher. There’s even a half bath across from the stackable washer / dryer.

© American CoachAmerican Coach Eagle
Although this Eagle has foldout couches for additional overnight guests, the primary sleep space is a bedroom housing a king-size bed, plenty of storage and a 43-inch LED TV. Beyond the bedroom is an additional bathroom replete with a full shower, a vanity and more closet space. For those who do like to spend some time outside but aren’t all that entertained by nature (or campers in the adjacent site), there’s an exterior entertainment center with a 48-inch LED TV with JBL soundbar.

© CoachmenCoachmen Sportscoach RD
MSRP: $200,000 (est.)
Coachmen bills the Sportscoach RD (rear diesel) as one of the most affordable rear-diesel Class A motorhomes on the market. The Cummins 360-horsepower diesel powertrain generates 800 lb-ft of torque, which provides plenty of oomph as well as the ability to tow up to 10,000 pounds. The 100-gallon fuel capacity will keep the Sportscoach on the road for a significant number of miles (or time) between fill-ups.

© CoachmenCoachmen Sportscoach RD
With a lower starting price than some of the other high-end recreational vehicles mentioned here, the 41-foot Sportscoach RD offers a beautiful living area. It features tile floors; hardwood cabinets; brushed nickel hardware; a large LED TV; a touchscreen audio system with Bluetooth; Wi-Fi; an available stackable washer / dryer; and a fireplace. Available theater seating and a chaise lounge add to the overall experience.

© CoachmenCoachmen Sportscoach RD
The kitchen in the Sportscoach RD features hardwood cabinets, large sink and a residential-style refrigerator with in-door ice and water dispenser. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, a 32-inch LED TV as well as plenty of storage. At the rear of the bedroom is a bathroom with shower. Another variant of the RD features available bunk beds with individual 13-inch LED TVs, as well as an additional full bathroom with a shower.

© EntegraEntegra Cornerstone
MSRP: $749,730
One of the more luxurious motorhomes on the market, the Entegra Cornerstone blends bold exterior styling with high-end materials throughout the cabin. Underneath that attractive skin is a seriously powerful vehicle. The Cummins X15 turbocharged diesel engine produces 605 horsepower and a plentiful 1,950 lb-ft of torque at a mere 1200 rpm for some serious grunt. The Cornerstone has an air-leveling suspension, a 150-gallon fuel tank and a 20,000-pound capacity hitch to bring along some big toys.

© EntegraEntegra Cornerstone
Inside, the Cornerstone has features and styling to rival any luxury home, including hand-laid porcelain tile flooring, Italian leather-trimmed furniture, LED recessed lighting, an electric fireplace, a 50-inch 4K smart TV with an HD Blu-ray player, as well as a Bose SoundTouch 300 system with wireless speakers. The kitchen has an induction cooktop as well as a dishwasher, microwave / convection oven and stainless steel residential refrigerator / freezer.

© EntegraEntegra Cornerstone
This Entegra’s bedroom comes with a cedar-lined closet, a ceiling fan, a 32-inch Samsung LED TV with Blu-ray player and Bose Solo 5 soundbar. Beyond the bedroom, a bathroom has quartz countertops, integrated glass sinks, a porcelain-tiled shower with a glass door, a pivoting shower head and an available teakwood shower seat.

© FleetwoodFleetwood Discovery LXE
MSRP: $373,393
A bit less costly than some of the other rolling condos on this list, the Discovery LXE resides at the top of the Fleetwood line. This Class A diesel motorhome is available in 40- or 44-foot lengths and boasts a towing capacity up to 15,000 pounds with its powerful Cummins diesel engine. Like a high-end automobile, the Discovery features pushbutton start, a digital dashboard, a 10.2-inch display screen, a backup camera, leather power seats and available collision mitigation. The Discovery LXE happens to have everybody’s favorite feature — an air horn.

© FleetwoodFleetwood Discovery LXE
With three slideout sections, the Discovery LXE interior is amazingly spacious — even in the mere 40-foot version. The LXE features polished porcelain tile flooring with in-floor heating for chilly mornings or evenings. A large L-shaped sofa provides a comfortable lounge space, as do swiveling front seats and a freestanding dinette. The kitchen features a stainless steel farmhouse sink, a pantry, a 2-burner induction cooktop, and a refrigerator with ice and water dispenser.

© FleetwoodFleetwood Discovery LXE
The LXE bedroom features a Serenity-Series king-size bed, a 32-inch LED TV and a full-length wardrobe. Depending on the model, additional sleeping space can be created via two bunk beds. The primary bathroom has available dual sinks as well as a tiled shower with glass doors. Without the bunk beds, there is enough space for an additional half bath.

© Forest RiverForest River Berkshire XLT 45CA
MSRP: $300,000 (est.)
Forest River builds all kinds of RVs and camper trailers, and the Berkshire line sits at the peak of the brand’s offerings. This 45-foot Class A motorhome is available in a number of configurations, all motivated by a 450-horsepower Cummins diesel engine that provides up to 15,000 pounds of towing capacity. For added maneuverability, the Berkshire features a tag axle with Ultrasteer — this third axle is designed for support and is not powered, but it can help with steering by decreasing the curb-to-curb turning radius.

© Forest RiverForest River Berkshire XLT 45CA
While many of these Class A motorhomes are really designed for two, the new 45CA would work well for the whole family. Available with two sofas — one of which is a hide-a-bed — or with optional theater seating, the Berkshire also offers two bunk beds as well as a bed above the cockpit. And let’s not forget the king-size bed in the master bedroom. Two bathrooms with showers should keep lines in the morning to a minimum.

© Forest RiverForest River Berkshire XLT 45CA
The XLT 45CA has plenty to keep everyone entertained as well. Bunk beds each have their own LED TV, with a 32-inch TV in the bedroom and a 49-inch unit in the living room. There’s even a 43-inch LED TV mounted outside with Bluetooth radio and speakers. An available satellite setup ensures there’s plenty to watch — for those who don’t want to get too distracted by the great outdoors.

© Foretravel MotorcoachForetravel REALM Presidential Series
MSRP: $1.4 million (est.)
Foretravel has been building custom motorhomes for more than 50 years, and the new Presidential Series is the latest from this brand that prides itself on fit, finish and a superior ride. Custom built at the company’s factory in Nacogdoches, Texas, the Presidential Series uses Foretravel’s exclusive Spartan chassis with electronic suspension control, outboard-mounted air springs and a powerful Cummins diesel engine generating 605 horsepower and 1,950 lb-ft of torque at a low 1200 rpm. Range is considerable thanks to a 200-gallon fuel tank, and the 45-foot RV can haul up to 20,000 pounds — enough to pull a camper trailer as a perfect mother-in-law apartment.

© Foretravel MotorcoachForetravel REALM Presidential Series
With four separate slideout sections, the Presidential Series is available in a variety of configurations. The elegant interior features tile floors (heated), handcrafted cabinetry with a choice wood, custom leather trim on all furniture, a central vacuum system, quartz countertops, a stainless steel kitchen sink, a 5.1 surround audio system and multiple televisions. Also available are a wine chiller, a washer / dryer, a fireproof safe and a solar package.

© Foretravel MotorcoachForetravel REALM Presidential Series
The elegantly styled master bedroom of the Presidential Series features a king bed, a 49-inch 4K smart TV that rises out of the dresser and plenty of storage. Pocket doors isolate the room from the rest of the living space as well as a private bathroom replete with dual sinks, a wardrobe and a custom shower. The Presidential Series can be equipped with bunk beds or multiple sofas and a computer desk.

© Holiday RamblerHoliday Rambler Endeavor
MSRP: $336,837
It may not be the most expensive model on this list, but Holiday Rambler’s Endeavor offers a lot for the money. The thoroughly modern cockpit features touchscreen displays with easy access to all controls. Seats are trimmed in Villa Ultraleather and can be swiveled and reclined. Built on its Power Bridge Chassis — created with Freightliner — the Endeavor is designed for a smooth ride through solid construction. Underneath, the bus-style pass-through storage has lighted compartments so travelers can take it all with them.

© Holiday RamblerHoliday Rambler Endeavor
Multiple floor plans are available in this 38-foot motorhome, which can include a large L-shaped sofa, a standalone recliner, a built-in dinette, an electric fireplace, a pantry, a residential-style refrigerator, stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher. The dinette and sofas can convert to beds as needed — bunk beds are available, as is a loft bed above the cockpit. A large 49-inch LED TV will keep the family entertained.

© Holiday RamblerHoliday Rambler Endeavor
The Endeavor’s master suite includes a king-size memory foam mattress as well as a wardrobe and available walk-in closet. At the rear of the coach, a master bath has elegant fixtures, dual sinks and a spacious shower. A stackable washer / dryer is also available.

© MonacoMonaco Coach Signature
MSRP: $487,088
Monaco Coach has been building luxury RVs for more than 50 years, and the Signature is the flagship of the Monaco line. With 40- or 44-foot variants, the Signature carries 150 gallons of fuel for its powerful Cummins diesel powertrain. The larger units have a 15,000-pound towing capacity.

© MonacoMonaco Coach Signature
With multiple slideouts, the Signature offers a spacious living area that can be equipped with a larger sofa with an air mattress, a freestanding dinette, a 49-inch LED TV, an additional 32-inch LED TV at the front, an electric fireplace as well as an extra bathroom. The pantry can be fitted with a stackable washer / dryer. Theater seating with recliners is also available, as are bunk beds on longer models.

© MonacoMonaco Coach Signature
The master bedroom is at the rear, complete with nightstands and an additional LED TV. The Signature’s master bath features a tile shower, a wardrobe and a single-sink vanity. There’s also an optional walk-in closet.

© NewellNewell Coach P50
MSRP: $2.1 million
When it comes to high-end motorhomes, the Newell Coach P50 resides at another level. With styling courtesy of Porsche Design, the P50 includes polished aluminum wheels, chrome trim, LED running lights and HID headlights. Front seats offer heating, cooling and massage, while the driver adds air ride for even more comfort. The cockpit features multiple digital displays.

© NewellNewell Coach P50
The P50’s living space is quite large thanks to an 89-inch high ceiling. Electric heat resides under the galley and bathroom, and the coach also has a continuous-flow hot-water system. To keep cool, there are at least three roof-mounted AC units — four on larger models. The kitchen is well equipped with a GE Monogram refrigerator / freezer, a 2-burner electric cooktop, a dishwasher and a garbage disposal. The front salon has a Dolby 5.1 home theater system in with a large LED TV; an additional TV can be found in the master bedroom.

© NewellNewell Coach P50
All materials and features can be custom requested — Newell designs and constructs its coaches one at a time for the ultimate in personalization. Some options include premium quartz countertops, marble flooring in the bathroom, a desk, a recliner, an ottoman / coffee table and much more. For added flexibility the master bedroom can be outfitted with a Murphy bed to provide an additional living area during the day. A TV gets mounted to the bottom of the bed, across from the comfy sofa. A separate TV hangs on the opposite wall for viewing while in bed.

© NewmarNewmar King Aire
MSRP: $1.3 million
Newmar offers a wide range of RVs, with the pinnacle of the model line represented by the luxurious King Aire Class A motorcoach. Driving a 45-foot RV can be stressful, but Newmar has created Comfort Drive to make things easier. The self-centering steering system adapts to inputs which actively eliminates friction — there’s even a dial on the dashboard to adjust steering feedback. Passive Steer technology makes maneuvering easier by turning the rear wheels in opposition to the front wheels at slower speeds, creating a 20 percent tighter turning radius for the coach.

© NewmarNewmar King Aire
Inside, the King Aire possesses a high level of luxury with available sable maple hardwood cabinets, tile floors, polished surface countertops, Italian leather trim, a 55-inch 4K TV, recliner seats, a booth-style dinette and power-extending L sofa. The kitchen features Tuscan Maple hardwood cabinets, a Wolf induction cooktop, a Viking stainless-steel refrigerator / freezer with water dispenser, a slideout pantry, a dishwasher and a convection microwave. Exterior features on King Aire are plentiful, including a 43-inch LED TV with a sound bar and an entrance door that has a doorbell / camera system.

© NewmarNewmar King Aire
The King Aire bedroom has a Samsung LED 49-inch TV with Blu-ray player mounted across from a king-size Sleep Number adjustable bed. The bedroom closet is lined with fragrant cedar paneling. The master bath has a fully tiled shower with glass doors, as well as a full-height wardrobe and stackable washer / dryer.

© NexusNexus Bentley Diamond Series
MSRP: $313,252
While there’s no relation to the luxury car brand, the Nexus Bentley still brings plenty of high-end appeal to the Class A motorcoach market. Built with a high strength low alloy steel cage for better safety and drivability, the 40-foot Bentley features a 400-horsepower Cummins diesel engine with a 100-gallon fuel tank and a 10,000-pound towing capability.

© NexusNexus Bentley Diamond Series
The Bentley can be equipped with a tri-fold sofa or dual recliners, a deluxe dinette booth and a 50-inch power-lifted LED TV. The kitchen boasts solid hardwood cabinets, a tile backsplash, an LG 3-door refrigerator, a 2-burner smooth induction cooktop, a large convection oven, a water filtration system and a residential-style faucet with sprayer. Exterior features include an electric patio awning with LED lights, an outdoor shower and an entry-door awning.

© NexusNexus Bentley Diamond Series
The floor plan of the Bentley Diamond is impressive: beyond the kitchen sits a couch with a bunk bed above, which is across from a bathroom with a shower. The master bedroom features an innerspring king mattress and a 32-inch LED TV. A second full bath is off the master bedroom.

© ThorThor Tuscany 45MX
MSRP: $504,750
Thor makes a wide range of motorhomes ranging from Sprinter-based models to full Class A diesel rigs. The top line of these offerings is the Tuscany 45MX. Built on a Freightliner XC-R chassis, this 45-foot RV is powered by a large 8.9-liter Cummins diesel engine producing 450 horsepower and 1,250 lb-ft of torque. The Tuscany features an air-ride suspension, Sachs shocks, basement pass-thru storage and a 15,000-pound trailer towing capability.

© ThorThor Tuscany 45MX
The LED lighting, solid wood veneers, decorative ceiling treatments and polished porcelain tile floors create a feeling of elegance within the Tuscany 45MX interior. Reclining theater seats with footrests are the perfect place to enjoy the 55-inch television. A 92-inch sofa bed is standard; however, an optional configuration puts a recliner and a desk in the same space. The dinette across from the kitchen has easy access to a stainless-steel refrigerator, a stainless steel farmhouse sink, pull-out storage and a dishwasher.

© ThorThor Tuscany 45MX
The master bedroom of the Tuscany 45MX has a pillowtop king-size bed that features a “Tilt-a-View” inclining mechanism for better viewing of the 32-inch LED TV. The bedroom also contains an electric fireplace with remote as well as a ceiling fan. The attached master bath has a tile shower with a glass door and a skylight, as well as a dual sink and a wardrobe.

© TiffinTiffin Zephyr
MSRP: $675,000 (est.)
Tiffin has been building motorhomes for more than 40 years, and Zephyr is the most luxurious model the company has ever built. With Cummins diesel power, this 45-foot Class A motorhome can tow up to 20,000 pounds. There’s also space for 165 cubic feet of cargo in the basement storage, a slideout 12.5kW generator and an extended-life battery pack.

© TiffinTiffin Zephyr
With seven-foot ceilings in the living area and multiple slideout sections, the Zephyr interior feels incredibly spacious. The porcelain tile floor is heated throughout the coach, and there is a hydronic heating system with continuous hot water. Ultraleather trim covers two sofa beds and a dinette doubles as a computer workstation. Entertainment comes from the home theater surround sound system and retractable television.

© TiffinTiffin Zephyr
A king-size memory foam mattress is the center of the Zephyr master bedroom, with a view of the electric fireplace and TV. A vanity with built-in drawers and a ceiling fan are also included. The master bath features a shower with inlaid tile and a glass door, as well as a skylight and LED light. A separate laundry room with a stacked washer / dryer, chest of drawers and hanging rod is located at the back of the motorhome.

© WinnebagoWinnebago Horizon
MSRP: $434,968
The name synonymous with motorhomes, Winnebago has come a long way from its beginnings more than 50 years ago, and the culmination of that experience is the Horizon flagship. This 43-foot Class A motorhome features an independent front air suspension, automatic hydraulic leveling jacks, a 15,000-pound towing capacity and a 10,000-watt diesel generator. As with most RVs in this class, power comes from a Cummins diesel engine.

© WinnebagoWinnebago Horizon
The Horizon living area is well executed with an extendable sectional sofa and swivel front seats — all covered in Ultraleather and all facing each other as well as the fireplace and 50-inch HDTV. The dining table can be moved forward or aft, depending on use. Next to the dining table begins the kitchen with Corian countertops, bamboo sink covers, a cold water filtration system, a pantry and a stainless-steel French-door refrigerator with an icemaker and bottom freezer drawer.

© WinnebagoWinnebago Horizon
A queen-size Eurotop Freedom air mattress with bedspread and pillow shams can be found in the Horizon’s master bedroom, along with a ceiling fan, nightstands and a 40-inch HDTV. A sliding door closes off the bedroom from the rest of the living area as well as a bathroom at the rear of the RV, which features a full shower, a vanity, storage and an optional washer / dryer.

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