Ireland’s Bubble Domes Let You Sleep Under The Stars

Enjoying the great outdoors usually stops when you need to slip into your cabin or tent for some shuteye. Keep soaking in Mother Nature as you drift off in these Bubble Domes, which are located in Northern Ireland and offer incredible views while you’re under the covers. Surround yourself with 180° transparent walls that bring the serenity of the forest and the night sky to your stay at all times. Each Bubble Dome comes complete with a four poster bed, ensuite bathroom, coffee machine, robe, and daily breakfast, which you can eat while you watch the sun rise. Set on a secluded peninsula in Aghnablaney, Ireland, the domes make for a stunning trip into Mother Nature’s embrace. If like such transparent houses – check blob VB3.

Big Green Bus – Private Stay Inside1982 West Midlands Metro Bus

Tucked away in a private woodland, the Big Green Buss brings a piece of the city to the Sussex countryside. The converted 1982 West Midlands metro bus now offers accommodations for six as well as a full kitchen, wet bath, and living area with a wood-burning stove. There’s no wifi or TV, but that’s part of the fun. The lounge is completely stocked with books and board games to keep you occupied. Outside the bus, there’s a second shower, wrap-around deck, fire pit, and wood-fire hot tub to take in the surrounding scenery.

Wonderful Hotel Room In Estonia by ÖÖD

ÖÖD hotel rooms are designed for short-term accommodation and holiday housing. They require little effort to complete installation, as much as eight hours of work, and can be installed in any part of Estonia without needing any special permission. Its price-per-unit is approximately €33,000 and includes custom-built Estonian furniture. Each unit can house two or three people, and fits in perfectly both with urban landscapes as well as the more rural options available. Built primarily from steel, insulated glass, and thermally treated wood, its interior has a bedroom, kitchen, living room, and bathroom. Home automation is built in as is floor heating and LED lighting. The installation of Internet connection, water, sewage, and electricity supply through off-grid solutions are currently being worked on for the future. The structure also has an LG heat pump in order to provide both heating and cooling. The first unit was installed last fall, but the company has plans to expand its business to international markets in the following months. The most interesting aspect of the design is that it allows the occupants to enjoy the views of the different locations where they can set up from the comfort and ease of the interior. Even then, it preserves their privacy, given that there is no visibility from the exterior to the interior.

Creative Twisted Hotel in China by Bengo Studio

Timber-clad rooms are stacked vertically and rotated around a spiral staircase to form this hotel in China’s Anhui province, treating guests to 360-degree views of the surrounding tree-covered mountains. Shanghai architecture office Bengo Studio designed the Qiyunshan Tree House hotel for a clearing in the Huangshan mountains. By setting the rooms one on top of the other rather than side by side, the architects aimed to ensure the best possible views for guests visiting the densely forested area. A twisting road curls around one side of the property on its ascent into the mountains and links with the first of the hotel’s wood-covered volumes. A curving glass wall runs along one side of this stilted entrance block, which leads into the centre of the tower. A bedroom, bathroom, lounge, viewing room and roof deck are stacked in separate blocks directly above the entrance hall, while a further bedroom and bathroom are set below. The rooms are arranged around a spiral staircase in the centre of the plan. They are rotated away from each other to create terraces that give different aspects on the scenery. Large windows fill the end wall of the blocks, while glass doors in the flanks link with the adjoining terraces. The blocks, which collectively give the hotel a floor plan of 120 square metres, are staggered in height to create a split-level arrangement within. The walls of the rooms are finished simply with white-painted walls and floors covered in wooden boards that match the external cladding, placing the emphasis very much on the views.

Incredible Tree-House Hotel in Canada

Free Spirit Spheres are located on a coastal and heavily forested portion of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. These spheres truly look like they’re from another world. Each of the three distinct dwellings are hoisted high above the ground and sit amongst the fir and pine trees. One of the three is 9 feet in diameter, while the other two measure in at 10.5 feet, allowing more than enough room to sit and enjoy the views. In addition to accessing to these suspended pods, when staying at the Free Spirit Spheres resort guests have the ability to spend time in the sauna, and are just a quick trip from nearby Qualicum Beach. Prices for the cabins start at $133 a night. s

Comfortable Treehouse Under The Northern Lights

International architecture and design company Snøhetta has created the ultimate tree house in one of the most beautiful corners of the world. “The 7th Room” is a luxury hotel in Northern Sweden, near the Arctic Circle and its mission is to shorten the gap between people and nature. The design of the structure is based on the traditional Nordic cabin and comfortably sits on twelve columns in an isolated evergreen pine forest 33 feet (10 meters) above the ground. The light wooden interior creates a cozy atmosphere and large windows offer jaw-dropping views of the Swedish Lapland, including the winding Lule River. However, one of its most amazing features is an outdoor terrace with a netted base, which offers visitors an unforgettable experience under the Northern Lights. Besides that, the nearly 600 square feet (55 square meters) space hosts a social lounge area, bathroom, and two bedrooms. It accommodates up to five people and is accessible via a staircase and a small lift. The wooden dwelling belongs to Treehotel which aims to introduce tourists to the Northern Lights in the Arctic Circle. Treehotel also owns another six treehouse suites, all designed by Scandinavian architects, but the latest addition by Snøhetta is their tallest and largest one yet.

Eagle View Suite of Iso Syöte Hotel in Finland

In a northern European National Park the Iso Syöte Hotel in Finland offer to theit guest a unique and luxurious hotel suite, called the Eagle View Suite. It is located on top of the south corner of the hotelwing. A hotel suite with a 360º degree full view, even the roof is made of glass so that you won’t miss out on anything! At any time there is the connection with the nature, a free view over surrounding hills and forest and into the sky. This amazing suite is divided in two floors, downstairs you can find the living room with a nice fireplace, and a bathroom that includes a sauna. It also has a tree that grows in the middle of it, and its branches grow up to the 2nd floor, there you can find the bedroom, and a Jacuzzi, to relax as you enjoy the amazing forest views. There are a lot of activities the hotel also provides for you, snowmobiles and husky safaris, reindeer watching, observing the northern lights, or even spending an overnight at an iglu.

Prahan Hotel by Techné Architects

Take a look at renewed Prahan Hotel in Melbourne, Australia. Techné Architects made a design y adding an extension that uses oversized concrete pipes. “The Prahan Hotel is set to commence on the second stage of its transformation. Succeeding the recent interior refurbishment, the planned new works include an extension to the rear of the venue. Featuring a facade constructed out of concrete culverts, linked together in a way that enables the patrons to sit within them to view and interact with the venue and its fellow patrons. A fully glazed courtyard cuts through the interior, connecting all levels and allowing natural light in. The design intends to add another unique and captivating venue to the ever evolving Melbourne pub scene.” And this fresh and unordinary design force to at least stand and look at it. And for sure it force to book a room. So if you need to say a while in Melbourne this creative Prahan Hotel is a right choice. Have fun!