North Carolina is bringing to you a one-of-a-kind hotel experience. In May this year, the unique Mirror Hotel will open its gate to guests, offering luxury stays in its invisible cabins. According to the hotel authorities, it is the first property of its kind in the entire United States. According to owner Joanna Cahill, the central motive of the property is to offer the guests some desired privacy while delivering them a luxury glamping experience amidst immersive nature.
Sitting on 55 acres of comparatively secluded land in Marshall, North Carolina, Mirror Hotel is located just 20 miles north of Asheville. It contains 18 uniquely designed cabins with reflective mirror-paneled walls, giving the property its name. And it does the job too! The hotel walls perfectly blend into the surrounding scenic landscape! And the cabins are full of luxe amenities too. There are two types of cabins in Mirror Hotel to choose from. Each of the 11 Grounded cabins, 600-square-foot in size, can accommodate four guests and has a pull-out sofa, a shower, and a loft-style layout with an upstairs bedroom.
Perfect for housing six guests, each of the seven Elevated cabins, 1500-square-foot in size, is built on stilts and features three bedrooms, a kitchen, and a full bath with a soaking tub and shower. All the cabins have attached terraces so that you won’t miss your morning yoga and also can enjoy late-night stargazing. Truly delivering on privacy, there’s no restaurant or communal fire pit. Instead, each cabin comes with its own alfresco dining area, a patio with a fire pit, and even a pizza oven, pergola, and hot tub. Deviating from general glamping concepts, the interior designs of the cabins include custom furniture and cabinetry, high-end appliances, and built-in beds. Moreover, the 15-foot-tall windows will let you soak in the incredible surrounding views.