The sled-turned-glass cube bedroomDolomites, Italy
Snag a front-row seat to watch the sun set and stars sparkle over the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Dolomite Mountains without ever leaving your bed. Dropped into the snow at an altitude of 2055 metres above sea level, this sled-turned-glass cube bedroom (don’t worry, the skis are just for show) naed the Starlight Room immerses guests in the snowy peaks of northern Italy. Col Gallina ski resort is a few kilometres away and the room is accessible via snowmobile or by strapping on a pair of snowshoes and traipsing there. The angle of the double bed is adjustable, so you can get the best view of the constellations while you’re toasty under the covers.
- Escape the crowds and fall asleep knowing that you have an entire mountain all to yourself (almost)
- Some of the best stargazing opportunities you’ll have… ever
- The free grappa
- Those with a phobia of heights, small spaces, or even an irrational fear of the abominable snowman or avalanches might not fare well here
- Being stuck in a small glass box with another human
From US$338 per night, including breakfast and dinner.
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