Thursday, May 10, 2012

The Bubble Hotel in France

Sleep under the stars without the fear of getting gobbled up by a bear or infested with creepy crawlies at the Attrap Rêves in Marseille, France. Small bubbles are designed by designer Pierre-Stephane Dumas, they allow you to stay in the room, but at the same time as though and in the open air.

The bubbles are small and cozy, about 13 feet in diameter. Some are fully transparent, while others allow a little more privacy and are half opaque. Staying the night in a bubble will cost you upwards of 109 euros, while tasty meals are provided at the nearby lodge-style restaurant.

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Anonymous said...

I thought it is impossible to have this kind of room or hotel. Is it safe? And how about the privacy part? The designs are great and unique but just like everybody are saying "safety first". Thanks for posting this one.

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