Bubble Hotel Opens for Business in Estonian National Park
by Heather Bond | July, 2012
Bubbles were always fascinating to watch as a kid (at least for me). But the idea of living in one might make you think of the bubble boy. That didn’t stand in the way of the team responsible for building a bubble hotel in Estonia’s Matsalu National Park.
In addition to being secluded, the hotel also has no amenities, including toilets. You might think of it as a conceptual camping arrangement, but not nearly as reasonable (a night’s stay runs about $150).
The hotel owner says the draw of the hotel ‘is the reserve of Matsalu and a person can come here and be all by himself, with his thoughts or with someone special.’
More on the bubble hotel can be seen at Sky News.
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Heather Bond posts from Chicago, the windiest city in the world. She likes yoga, pub trivia, a hot towel and a fully reclined seat. She hopes her next trip will be to Djibouti, because she loves to say Djibouti so much. Follow Heather on Twitter @metro_naturale