The Charlotte region is about to get it’s very own “mirror hotel retreat”.
A total of 11 “invisible” cabins will be built on a sprawling 55-acre estate just north of Asheville. Each cabin is wrapped in mirrored panels that seamlessly blend into the natural surroundings.
“What we heard the most is that guests wanted privacy,” Mirror Hotel founder Joanna Cahill told Travel + Leisure. “Mirror Hotel is built to be everything people love about glamping without everything they don’t.”
Guests will be able to choose between 2 cabin options: the 1,500-square-foot “Elevate” cabins, accommodating six people, or the smaller 600-square-foot “Grounded” cabins, with room for four. The Elevate cabins include a full bathroom, a kitchen, a downstairs living space with a pull-out sofa and shower, and a lofted sleeping area upstairs. Each cabin is elevated on stilts and features a private terrace.
The Mirror Hotel will host a grand opening this coming May. An exclusive 30-day booking event for email subscribers begins in early April, allowing guests to reserve their stays from May onward (you can sign up here).
The Elevate cabins start at $595 on weekdays and $795 on weekends, and the Grounded cabins are available from $299 on weekdays and $495 on weekends.
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