Located just a few kilometers from the popular alpine town of Cortina in northern Italy, the Starlight Room was towed into place by a snowmobile and is set along the Falzarego ridge in one of the Alps’ most scenic spots facing the Tofane, the Cortina basin, and Lagazuoi Mountain. Free from any light or noise pollution, this remote refuge immerses guests in the splendor of the starry night sky and offers stunning front-row seats of the Dolomites as they change color from dawn to dusk. Local artisans were hired to construct the alpine cabin from wood, metal, and thermally insulated glass.
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The tiny interior comprises an adjustable bed, a bench with storage, a flat-screen TV, adjustable thermostat, and an outdoor bathroom. A traditional breakfast and dinner is included with a stay at the Starlight Room, which accommodates up to two guests a night. A reservation of the Starlight Room costs 300 euros per night.
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Images via Starlight Room, by Giacomo Pompanin