Related16 luxury campsites around the world for the ultimate glamping holidaySleeping under the stars has never been so stylish. From treehouses to teepees, discover these 16 luxury glampsites and you’ll never have to share your sleeping bag with a scorpion again!Champagne wishes for New Year’s Eve? Top 10 NYE city breaks on a budgetIf you’ve seen the fireworks over the London Eye, and marched down the Royal Mile at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay, why not celebrate further afield this New Year’s Eve? From champagne-fuelled dinner cruises and fancy galas to street fiestas and record-breaking fireworks, book a break to one of these European party cities…Where to go on holiday in JanuaryChristmas is over and winter is here. What have you got to look forward to? With our help, lots of holidays in the new year! We’ve chosen the best January holiday destinations and added information on where to stay, when to book flights and what weather to expect when you… The slightly bizarrely named ‘Bubble Tree Hotel’ (we get the bubble part, but ‘tree’…?) is an inflatable pod that looks like a giant beach ball with two growths attached.Designer, Pierre-Stephane Dumas explained why it was preferable to traditional forms of camping:”It’s is a structure without a frame, and so we send air into it which holds the structure up. This allows us at once to continually renew the air and avoid condensation and humidity. That avoids a problem frequently encountered in tents, so that we have a truly healthy habitat.”No doubt it will attract couples willing to splash out on a unique and somewhat quirky night butthere are a few potential problems with life in the inflatable sphere. There appears to be no blinds or curtains in the bubble, so if you are planning to get amorous with your other half, you’re going be on display to anyone passing by (although to be fair, the location for the Bubble Hotel is secluded).Now, we don’t want to burst any bubbles here, but it seems to us that there’s a cheaper way of sleeping out under the stars and avoiding condensation and humidity that also costs a darn sight less than 189 euros a night.Just grab a sleeping bag and camp out under the stars ‘Ray Mears’ style, next to the fire.See also: Sleepbox micro-hotel and Concrete Tube HotelsWatch the video here:tp://www.youtube.com/embed/9IPBKlWf-cAReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Glamping has hit a new high (price) with the unveiling of the latest angle on the glorified tent.