You’ll have the most incredible view of the Northern Lights, as your ‘bubble’ room is see-through allowing you to sleep safe and sound, but see everything.
Winter is the best time to see the aurora borealis, while summer is the time to enjoy midnight sun and nature.
How it works:
“The bubble structure is kept inflated by a slight over-pressure from a noiseless ventilation system. It permanently renews the air inside 2-7 times the volume per hour and this way it prevents humidity. The system has heating elements with thermostat so the bubble stays warm all winter,” according to their site.
Keen? Check out the five different bubble rooms available, here.
The exact address of its location is only given once a guest books a room. But, it is around a 70-minute drive from Reykjavik.