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Hotels Let You Sleep In Your Own Bubble in the Woods

by Hazel Chua

Some people keep to themselves so much, that others describe them as living in their own “worlds” or “bubbles.” But you don’t have to be an introvert to actually live in a literal bubble in one of the two hotels that offer plastic rooms in France: the Attrap’Rêves and Sky River.

Attrap’RêvesThe bubble rooms were a concept by Pierre Stéphane, who wanted to come up with an eco-friendly space that didn’t cause any permanent changes to the environment once the bubble houses were folded up.

Attrap’Rêves

Each of the bubbles are small and cozy. The rooms are 13 feet in diameter, with some bubbles being completely transparent while the ones that are half-opaque offer more privacy.

These hotels are going right on my list of places to visit before I die (or get too old to enjoy stuff like this.)

[via Knstrct]




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