Have you ever thought about spending the night in a concrete drainage pipe? Well let me introduce you to the Tubohotel, a set of rooms inside sections of recycled concrete pipes—in an orchard, in the mystical Mexican village of Tepoztlán and they are currently taking reservations.
Your high-design, human-sized hamster house features a queen-size bed which you can cuddle up in once you board the first VIP-class bus headed south and disembark at Tepoztlán. Your glass-fronted hideaway is in a grove of guayaba trees with views of the Sierra del Tepozteco.
The rooms are fresh and simple: desk light, fan, towels and a bed spanning the tube’s diameter. The bathrooms are in two separate non-tube buildings nearby, bring a bathrobe and timberland like house slippers.hahaha
Local activities available include; a hike to the Tepozteco pyramid, mole-cooking lessons with Ana Garcia or check out the birthplace of the Aztec serpent god Quetzalcoatl.