Campera Hotel Bubble Suites in Mexico

May 10, 2018

Category: Living

Unlike John Travolta in Boy In The Plastic Bubble, visitors to the Campera Hotel Bubble Suites welcome their domed incubations. If you want to sleep under five million stars in the remote vineyards of Mexico’s wine country, then you must make a pilgrimage to Valle de Guadalupe, to spend a night in the Bubble Suites, too.

Not quite camping, the domed domiciles at Campera’s hotel offer a connection to the Earth that a typical hotel room cannot. Campera is made up of ten bubble suites, each one equipped with its own private bathroom, full sized bed, and every amenity that a luxury suite ought to have – with the a different sort of entertainment system. In these suites like space capsules, you can tuck yourself in, wrapped under the cosmic firmament, like a warm, full body blanket (or maybe that’s the wine; the nearby winery offers 80+ delectable Mexican wines from which to choose). Whatever the case, you will find a deep peace in the vast beauty of this stellar getaway.

Purchase: $192

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