‘Bubble hotel’ has star views

Two-person tents come with complimentary telescope
Guests can sleep in comfort under the stars at a ‘bubble hotel’ in woodlands in Allauch, southern France.
The Attrap’Rjves family hotel has two-person bubble tents made of transparent plastic costing from around €120 a night, with 360-degree views that are perfect for stargazing.
Each comes with a complimentary telescope, plus a chart showing the positions of the stars and constellations.
“When guests first arrive they are extremely excited and happy to stay – it is the ultimate pleasure for us seeing them,” says owner Murielle Giovansili.
“Each bubble has its own identity and the décor varies depending on the ambiance guests want – they are truly fantastic.”
The five rooms have names like Suite Chic, 1001 Nights and Zen, and staff are willing to cater to specialist requests.
Mail Online


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