“Living in a bubble” is typically associated with people sheltered from the perils of society, but in southeastern France, the concept is taken to a new, literal level. Every night, tourists in the Marseille area of France swap a conventional hotel with a transparent, climate-controlled bubble.
The Attrap’Rêves Bubble Hotel in Allauch, France features a field of plastic, soundproof pods in a forested environment, giving guests an unobstructed, 360-degree view of the surrounding nature. It’s the ultimate way to immerse yourself in the woods—from the luxury of a king-sized bed.
|Urbirun Marseille – Highlights en fr||8.1km||site_izi|
|Marseille with Tim Richards. Travelbook en||2013||12.7km||site_izi|
|Gare de la Ciotat||2020||19.4km||site_ao|
|Le Jardin des Vestiges||2018||8km||site_ao|
|Love Le Corbusier? Now you can build like him—out of paper||2020||7.6km||post|
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