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Camp Beneath the Stars in a Eco-Friendly Bubble Room

September 19, 2014 by

Allauch Bubble Camping

For those who like the concept of sleeping under the stars but not the reality that comes with camping outdoors on the ground, the Attrap’ Rêves Allauch in France is a family-owned business that has found the solution.

They offer six unique bubble accommodations, each decorated in a unique theme. While the bubbles are sheer to let you see the sky, they offer the privacy of secluded locales and are equipped with small private bathrooms complete with showers and toilets.

Allauch Bubble Room

Benefits of Camping in a Bubble

Camping in these bubbles offers all the benefits of sleeping in the great outdoors without the drawbacks. Each sphere is maintained by a silent blower with a continuous intake of fresh air. It creates a controlled indoor climate and eliminates humidity and small flying insects and creepy-crawly things.

Plus even if the weather turns bad, you can enjoy the outdoors while staying snug in your own cocoon while enjoying the ambiance of your choice of theme from Zen (which is completely transparent on all sides), Nature, Glamour, 1001 nights, or Chic and Design. They are family friendly, and ideal for couples, but pets are not allowed.

Allauch on the Beach

Packages Offer A True Sensory Bubble Stay

Attrap’ Rêves Allauch offers packages designed to heighten your stay beneath the stars with extras like Champagne, a gourmet dinner delivered via a local caterer, massages, and a telescope and star chart. In the morning awaken with the sun, witness the pine forest come alive with rabbits, birds and other wildlife while you enjoy a lovely breakfast basket

All the Allauch bubbles are constructed from recycled materials, are eco-friendly, and are deflated at the end of the season to ensure minimal impact on the surrounding pine forest. And while you may feel totally cut off from civilization on this Provencal property, guests can easily visit the nearby town of Allauch which overlooks Marseilles.

Photo credits: Rodica Madan



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  1. Penny W. says:

    Interesting concept! Wonder how often the plastic fogs up from difference of temperatures inside and outside the bubble? Would the bubble ever blow away in a bad storm?? How much does this cost for a night?


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