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You Can Now Stay Under The Stars In A Bubble Pod With An Infinity Pool In Bali

You Can Now Stay Under The Stars In A Bubble Pod With An Infinity Pool In Bali

If like us, the long nights, Brexit chat and chilly air have got you dreaming of a far-flung escape, then we have a little winter sun inspo for you.

How about staying in your very own ocean-facing 'bubble pod' under a starry night sky in Bali?

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That's the experience offered by Bubble Hotel Bali, located in the Southern end of Bali in Uluwatu, a beautiful hilly limestone region home to a number of luxury villas and resorts.

A 'bubble pod' for anyone not in the know is a large, inflatable clear plastic pod - revealing glorious 360-degree views of gold-sand beach and leafy forested areas.


Think you might feel a little, well, exposed? Bubble Hotel Bali say all pods are located in a safe and secure location, surrounded by lush park landscapes and just metres from the beach.

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Each pod is kitted out with a cosy double bed - framed by cool white linen drapes for extra privacy - and has its own electrical supply and air con unit to keep cool, with access to onsite rain showers and toilets.

Some pods even have their very own infinity pool with panoramic views of turquoise ocean and dense jungle.

Described as a "hidden oasis at the end of the world", Bubble Hotel Bali offers all kinds of activities, from cooking over a campfire to treasure hunts and kite-flying.


Pods fits up to two people - so this is very much a couples resort, with an emphasis on romance.

Guests can gaze up at clear starry skies to spot the Big Dipper - providing no clouds appear, of course - and when the sun comes up, roll out of bed to paddle in the surf.

Booking little extras such as a massage, marshmallows to toast over a bonfire, or a session of star-gazing through a telescope complete the experience.

"Wow. If you are looking for a unique experience, look no further," wrote one reviewer.


"This is definitely one of the most romantic and unique things to do in Bali. Everything was perfectly organized by our host Wayan & I would recommended this to everyone looking for a truly unique experience. Even though the weather was not great, we still had an amazing experience."

Another wrote: "We stayed 2 nights and enjoyed being super close to the beach, the forest and nature in general.

"This place is special - just wonderful. Millions of stars, high waves, empty beaches and animals like cute monkeys are waiting for you. Enjoy!!!"


*Hops on next plane to Bali.

Bubble Hotel Bali's pods start from $100 per day.

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: Life News, travel

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.

 

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