8 of the World’s Most Incredible Bubble Hotels

Beach Bubble Hotel Maldives

Quirky hotel accommodation is having its moment, according to The Telegraph. Treehouses and boatels have always made for playful places to spend the night, while igloos and ice hotels have soared in popularity. Pod hotels are associated with solitude, whereas stacked capsule beds in Japanese hostels are quite the opposite.

One of the latest trends to join the quirky hotels wagon is the bubble hotel. These inflated domes have been popping up all over the world, from Mauritius to Mexico and places in between.

The Telegraph guides readers through 8 of the most interesting bubble hotels in the world. Take a look!

Campera Hotel Burbuja, Mexico
Campera Hotel Burbuja, Mexico
Beach Bubble at Finolhu, Maldives
Beach Bubble at Finolhu, Maldives
Bubbletent Australia
Bubbletent Australia
Bubble Lodge Ile aus Cerfs, Maritius
Bubble Lodge Ile aus Cerfs, Maritius
5 Million Star Hotel by Buuble, Iceland
5 Million Star Hotel by Buuble, Iceland
Bubble Hotel Bali, Indonesia
Bubble Hotel Bali, Indonesia
Bubble Lodge, Bois Cheri, Mauritius
Bubble Lodge, Bois Cheri, Mauritius
Hotel Aire de Bardenas, Spain
Hotel Aire de Bardenas, Spain

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