You Can Now Sleep Under The Stars In A Bubble Pod In Snowy Iceland
Ever dreamt of sleeping under millions of stars? Well, now you can, thanks to a unique bubble hotel situated in a secluded forest near Reykholt, Southern Iceland.
The retreat offers guests an out of this world experience, where they'll stay in a private glass bubble nestled among towering tree tops.
Come night time, you'll be able to watch a sea of bright and twinkling stars and if you're lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of aurora borealis - also known as the northern lights.
Robert Robertson, managing director of the Bubble project based in Reykjavík, Iceland, said: "Some childhood dreams stay with us for our whole lives.
"Sleeping under the stars or watching the aurora borealis dance is one of those lifelong dreams. To fulfil these dreams the Bubble concept was born.
"In the winter we have the aurora or the stars, but in the summer you are going to be in the proximity to nature, wonderful birds, butterflies and great midnight-sun scenery.
"Forget the city, forget work and enjoy watching the aurora borealis dance for you. We can of course not guarantee you will see the lights, but if they show up you will have a magical night."
According to the website - where you can book a stay in the glass bubble - the experience is perfect for reconnecting with nature.
"Modern life is pushing you from next things and then again to the next thing - and you never really enjoy the stillness of a place," it reads.
"At our new glamping location situated in a forest close to Selfoss you will get a moment to lay back, rethink and begin your new journey."
Up to two guests fit in a bubble, which features a 180cm bed. Children over the age of six are able to stay with parents but over the age of six and another bubble will be required.
There is a 'service' house with two toilets and showers for guests, located a short distance from each bubble.
For more info, to book or enquire about prices, head over to the website. This is a dream come true holiday for sure!
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