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Starlight Room

Located near Cortina, Italy, the Starlight Room is a super tiny cabin that lets people sleep in the mountains under the stars. Reached by snowmobile, hiking on snowshoes, or fat-biking, the unique retreat is located almost 7,000 feet high in the mountain range, and is mounted on a pair of large skis. With glass ceiling and walls, the tiny cabin offers unobstructed views of the breathtaking surrounding alpine landscape, allowing visitors to enjoy the starry sky by night, far from light pollution and noise. Inside, there’s an adjustable bed, that doubles as a sofa, a flatscreen television with DVD player, a speaker for playing music, and a heater. The Starlight Room can be booked for one or two persons for $333 USD per night (dinner and breakfast included).



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