Iceland is a country that has a large amount of beautiful landscapes, which have not yet been exploited and remain unscathed by the passage of man. Therefore, it is a very attractive destination for a specific type of public; Lovers of natural places, quiet, pure air and few people around.
In 2016 the idea of creating a hotel around a forest and located in a privileged area of peace and harmony was born. A visual spectacle within reach of any traveler eager to experience a fusion between nature and comfort. It is the Bubble Hotel “5 Million Stars” located in Reykjavik (Iceland). Close to the well-known Golden Circle hiking route. Its features are simple, elegant and allow the guest to access a luxurious experience away from the noise of the cities and routine. The objective of the stay is to establish an intimate connection with nature without giving up the advantages and comfort of a great Hotel.
The Bubble Hotel is a revolutionary concept that has already been adapted to other countries in Europe and the world. But this fascinating hotel located in the interior of the Icelandic forests has a particularity that others do not have. The aurora borealis. It is a luminescent phenomenon that appears during the night in certain places of the world, generally in polar areas. From the bubble rooms of the hotel you can glimpse this wonder of nature during the winter season. The starry sky is also one of the great tourist attractions since the pollution levels in Iceland are really low. This allows to observe the stars with greater clarity.
The structure of each Bubble is kept inflated by a slightly increased pressure from a ventilation system – which does not make any noise. It permanently changes the air in the room five times an hour, thus preventing the generation of humidity in the environment. It is worth mentioning that the heating is controlled by a thermostat, so the bubble remains warm during the harsh Icelandic winters.
This curious Hotel is in fashion. And it is that all the opinions of its customers are positive. On the TripAdvisor platform it has an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 and the most affordable bubble rooms can be found from $ 180 per night.
Daniel Rodriguez Merino