March 29. Mexico will soon have three “bubble hotel” options for tourists looking for the next level of “glamping.”
Two such hotels – whose “rooms” are described by travel guidebook publisher Lonely Planet as essentially inflatable, transparent domes designed to allow guests to cocoon themselves in nature without quite leaving their material comforts behind – have already opened and a third will begin welcoming guests sometime toward the end of this year.
One of those that is already operational is Alpino Bubble Glamping in Mexico City while the other is the Campera Bubble Hotel in the Valle de Guadalupe wine region of Baja California.
Guests can also enjoy a range of activities during their stay, including trekking, horseback riding and mountain bike riding. In addition, they can watch films at the hotel’s outdoor cinema and warm themselves around a cozy campfire.
A night in a bubble suite starts at US $180 while a bubble room starts at $145.
Source: Mexico News Daily
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