FOR an unobstructed view of nature, your next holiday should be in a bubble hotel.
We've rounded up the best bubble hotels you can stay in around the world, from the UK to Australia.
Bubble hotels became popular in 2018, offering a glamping experience with the luxury of nature and stargazing.
While the clear night sky is certainly one of the perks, other hotels are making the most of the landscape by opening the clear rooms in dense jungles, rich vineyards and even on animal conservation sites.
From the UK to Mexico, we've rounded up the best bubble hotels you can stay next year.
With prices starting from £ 158 per night, they also won't break the bank.
1. Finn Lough Resort, Ireland
Located in Northern Ireland are is the Finn Lough Resort , complete with bubble domes surrounded by forest.
The rooms have 180-degree transparent walls to allow a view of the night sky while also being private.
Inside is a four poster bed as well as en-suite bathroom, daily breakfast and seating area.
Prices start from £ 425 per night.
2. The 5 Million Star Hotel, Iceland
You can stay in both the summer or the winter, with tours of the the area including Reykjavik, Thingvelllir National Park.
Starting from 8:30 am, the overnight tour includes a stay at the bubble hotel.
Prices start from £ 379 per night.
3. Bubbletent Australia, Australia
With view of the Capertee Valley, north-west of Sydney, Bubbletent Australia offers three different bubble rooms-Leo, Virgo and Cancer.
Leo is the highest in the valley for unobstructed views, while Virgo has a wood-fired hot tub.
Kids aren't allowed with over 18-year-olds only, and you're given the address two weeks before to keep the area private.
Prices start from £ 200 per night.
4. Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort, Thailand
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort launched their new bubble hotels last month.
What makes it unique is its proximity to the elephants, as you can watch the animals from dusk until dawn.
The rooms are also dense jungle, and is part of the on-site elephant camp which works on conservation and research.
Prices start from £ 439 per night.
5. Ridgeback Lodge Dream Domes, Canada
Ridgeback Lodge is located in New Brunswick, north of Saint John.
The domes are perfect for getting off the grid, with no WiFi or internet, and quiet time after 10pm.
A wood-fired hot tub will keep you warm while you're nestled into nature.
Prices start from £ 108 per night.
6. Camp Kátur, Yorkshire, UK
Bubble hotels can also be found in the UK, with Camp Katur in Yorkshire located in 250 acres of English countryside.
While the inside has the facilities to cook, you can also order hampers, including an English Breakfast option or a Nibbles and Fizz hamper.
Katur stands for "happy" in Icelandic, which bodes well for a cosy overnight stay.
Prices start from £ 200 per night.
7. Campera Hotel Burbuja, Mexico
Wine enthusiasts should book a stay at the bubble hotel Campera Hotel Burbuka in Mexico.
Surrounded by vineyards, the ten rooms have a full-sized bed, private bathroom, as well as a minibar with local wines.
Prices start from £ 112 per night.
8. Hotel Aire de Bardenas, Spain
The bubble rooms at Hotel Aire de Bardenas in Spain offer luxury under the stars, just north of Zaragoza.
Included is a full minibar, as well as bathrobes, slippers and face masks.
Thankfully, the hotel has full facilities of bathrooms and a restaurant, with a tasting menu of the local cuisine.
Prices start from £ 268 per night.
9. Sun City Camp, Jordan
In the Wadi Rum desert in Jordan, Sun City Camp's 20 "Martian Domes" are surrounded by mountains and sand.
Local food is cooked in a buffet style in the communal dining area, with sunrise or sunset yoga also available for guests.
You can choose to relax in the quiet bubbles, or take advantage of the activities including camel riding, keep doors and star gazing.
Prices start from £ 158 per night.
10. Bubble Lodge, Mauritius
The Bubble Lodge in Mauritius claims to be 100 per cent renewable.
Guests can take advantage of free breakfast and dinner, as well as tea tasting, due to its location on a tea plantation.
You can also access the private beach-as well as have a romantic dinner for two package.
Prices start from £ 290 per night.
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