Sleeping in a Bubble: A Fashion Lover’s Dream Adventure!

Exposing My Night in a Plastic Bubble in the Woods in Iceland Learn from My 3 Mistakes!

I made 3 mistakes during a night in a plastic bubble in the Icelandic woods.

Zipping up a bubble at the Bubble Hotel in Iceland.

Picture this: You’re in Iceland, surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of nature, and you’re staying at the Buubble by Airmango. But here’s the kicker – you’re not just in a regular hotel room, oh no. You’re sleeping in a plastic bubble in the middle of the woods! It’s like living in your own glamorous snow globe.

Now, I have to admit that I made a few slip-ups during my stay at this unique bubble hotel. For one, I brought a rolling suitcase. Imagine me, trying to navigate the forest floor with that clunky thing. It was like trying to roll a shopping cart through a maze. Lesson learned: always pack a backpack for these adventures!

A path through the woods at the Bubble Hotel in Iceland.

But despite the rolling suitcase mishap, the bubble hotel was still one of the highlights of my trip. The bubbles provide guests with uninterrupted views of Iceland’s natural beauty. In winter, you can even catch a glimpse of the mesmerizing northern lights, and during the summer months (which was when I visited), you get to experience the surreal phenomenon of the midnight sun. Talk about feeling like you’re living in a fairytale!

Now, let’s talk about the practical stuff. I paid approximately $403.85 for my stay, which included a cozy inflated bubble equipped with heating, a power strip, and a lamp. Plus, there was an on-site cabin with all the necessary facilities like bathrooms, a kitchenette, and, of course, WiFi! It’s like glamour camping with a touch of luxury.

A slightly deflated bubble at the Bubble Hotel in Iceland.

But wait, there’s more. Remember that saying, “When one door closes, another one opens”? Well, at the bubble hotel, it’s more like, “If you don’t close one door, the whole bubble deflates!” These quirky bubbles have two doors – one into a small entryway and the other into the bubble itself. Like an air lock on a spaceship, you have to close one door before opening another. Let’s just say I may have had a few LOL-worthy moments where the bubble sagged a bit, but thankfully, it quickly reinflated. Crisis averted!

A bottle of Icelandic water.

Lastly, let’s talk about the most vital element of any adventure: hydration! Icelandic tap water is known for its top-notch quality. However, at the bubble hotel, the tap water had a metallic taste that didn’t quite tickle my fancy. Memo to self: pack more water next time! Thankfully, my fellow bubble-dwellers came to the rescue and shared their extra bottles with me. It’s like finding a hidden oasis in the middle of a fashion desert.

And there you have it, my unforgettable experience sleeping in a bubble in the enchanting woods of Iceland. Sure, I made a few blunders along the way, but that just added to the adventure. So, my fellow fashion lovers, learn from my mistakes, pack your backpack, close those bubble doors, and stay hydrated. Trust me, it’ll be a fashion escapade you’ll never forget!

Now, it’s your turn! Have you ever had a fashion-filled adventure that didn’t go exactly as planned? Share your stories in the comments below. Let’s laugh, learn, and celebrate our fashionably fabulous misadventures together! 💃👜💥