Iceland's Bubble Hotel Will Give You Serious Travel Goals.
Do you want to feel like a kid again and sleep outdoors? What if we told you that you can take a look at the dancing northern lights or stargaze till your eyes blur, under Iceland's chilly weather? Now imagine doing all that from the comfort of a luxurious bed? We're serious! The 5 Million Star Hotel in Iceland allows you to enjoy everything this mythical region of the world has to offer while in the safe warm environment of a bubble hotel. Most people tend to ask for a hotel room with a fabulous view. You'll get all that and more.
When it comes to enjoying an outdoorsy life, the 5 Million Star Hotel knows what it's all about.
It's located by the river Hvita in Skalholt, Iceland, but you'd swear you're inside a large Christmas ornament surrounded by snow-covered pine trees in a winter wonderland.
The bubble pods are like spheres that are truly out of this world, much like your experience.
Now you can observe the beautiful outdoor environment in Iceland from a clear sphere that really takes sightseeing to a whole new level. But best of all, the interior is climate controlled so you won't freeze your buns off.
Every bubble is linked to a communal kitchen and bathroom that must be shared.
Unlike other hotel accommodations, you'll have to bring your own towels and soap. You won't get any room service either, so don't forget to bring your own food, unless you intend to go hunting.
The hotel has the interior and the exterior of your bubble pod all figured out for you.
The bubble remains inflated by a ventilation system that makes no noise, and it recycles the air inside five times an hour, so you won't have to worry about humidity. Plus, the thermostat will ensure that you stay cozy warm.
The best thing about these pods is that you can enjoy them in every season.
While you might prefer to stay in one of these during the winter, cause guests usually love watching the Northern Lights, you have other options. In the summer, you can bask in the beautiful greenery and do some bird watching from the comfort of your own bubble.
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