Glamping is a relatively new trend that I've never actually given much thought to — it's basically just boujee camping — but now that I've seen these bubble-shaped hotel rooms in Mexico, I may be forced to reconsider.
The bubble rooms I'm referring to have been all over my Instagram feed, and they're a part of the Campera Hotel located in Valle de Guadalupe, a popular wine region in Mexico. According to a listing on Airbnb, the hotel is a pretty short distance away from a handful of wineries and luxury restaurants, and each of the ten rooms is ideal for couples and other groups of two. The rooms are all equipped with a full-size bed, heating and air systems, and bathrooms, though only guests who book suites will have access to indoor bathrooms. To top it all off, the rooms also offer a pretty spectacular view of the Mexican countryside.
Rates for regular hotel rooms at Campera start at $145 a night, while prices for bubble suites start at $180. Read ahead to see more gorgeous photos of the hotel before you grab the person closest to you and book your stay.