A truly different kind of glamping, Geodomes are a unique way to enjoy your destination and get in some nightly stargazing. Besides being on trend, these futuristic stays are structurally sound, energy-efficient, and just cool-looking. With most, if not all, of the amenities that you come to expect in a nice cabin rental or tiny home, this is definitely one memorable escape from everyday life. So whether you’re looking for first-rate luxury in the middle of the desert, a rustic multilevel space overlooking a lake, or just some good old-fashioned elevated glamping, here are ten amazing Geodomes you can rent in the U.S.

10 My Sedona Place Dome

First up, My Sedona Place is a cozy and secluded little Airbnb stay overlooking the red rocks near Sedona, Arizona. This bright, airy, unusually shaped rental has all the comforts of a suburban-style house. Geodome guests can have a fully-furnished master bedroom and a dreamy starlit sky view against the stunning backdrop of Cathedral Rock and Thunder Mountain. Guests can also get into a few recreational activities during their stay, including heading out to the hiking/biking trails in Carroll Canyon or Cathedral Rock and spending some time at Buddha Beach.

  • Occupancy Limit: Up to seven guests can sleep here comfortably.
  • Minimum Stay: A 2-night stay is typically required.
  • Price: Nightly rates start at $182.

9 A Phoenix Dome Sweet Dome

Located near Phoenix, AZ, Dome Sweet Dome is another incredible stay worth considering. Not only does this rental come with phenomenal scenic mountain views from an expansive upper deck, but this Geodome also has a lower deck that is roomy enough for outdoor cooking and entertaining. In the way of activities here, guests can enjoy nearby nature trails in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. There is also another dome and a tower available for rent on the property if you happen to be traveling with a bigger group.

  • Occupancy Limit: This is the perfect dome for up to two guests.
  • Minimum Stay: Guests are required to book at least a 2-night stay.
  • Price: This rental goes for roughly $125 a night.

Related: Road Trip Arizona: What To See Between Phoenix & Sedona On This Short Trip

8 The Texas Geodome

Not too far away from Leander, Texas, is a tastefully designed, tri-level dome with beautiful lake vistas—simply called The Geodome. This larger-than-life rental in Texas has a whopping total of four guest bedrooms, a master suite with a private bath that has a luxurious soaking tub, a loft library, and two family spaces. Guests can also enjoy 360-degree views of Lake Travis, a massive wraparound deck, and fantastic outdoor entertaining spaces surrounded by nature.

  • Occupancy Limit: This Geodome can sleep up to 14 guests.
  • Minimum Stay: A 2-night stay is required.
  • Price: This futuristic stay is approximately $799 a night.

7 A New York Dharma Dome

Near Kerhonkson, New York, the Dharma Done allows nature lovers the chance to recharge in a modern rental close to all the beauty of Minnewaska State Park. Special perks with this gorgeous Geodome include 20-foot high ceilings, contemporary home features, a wood-burning fireplace, and an outdoor shower. Here guests can relax while marveling at the stunning waterside views or opt for a serene hike through the state park and nature reserve.

  • Occupancy Limit: This is an ideal stay for up to two guests.
  • Minimum Stay: The standard 2-night stay is required.
  • Price: There is a nightly rate of $218.

6 An Upstate Unique Dome Home

Close to New Paltz, New York, dome enthusiasts can enjoy one of the most unique Geodomes around. The Unique Dome Home offers guests elegant accommodations with Hudson Valley views, minimalist furnishings, a piano, a hot tub, an outdoor heated tent, plus 28 acres of private wood and forest land. A bonus with this rental is definitely its location since the Mohonk Preserve, and the Catskills are just around the corner.

  • Occupancy Limit: Six guests can sleep here comfortably.
  • Minimum Stay: Here, Geodome guests are required to book at least a 3-night stay.
  • Price: The nightly rate is $379.

5 Bethlehem Geodesic Dome In The Woods

This Geodome is perfect for anyone looking to go off the grid and simply relax in nature. This dome rental offers guests an authentic camping/glamping experience close to Bethlehem, Connecticut. Though there is no electricity, heat, or air conditioning here, campers do have access to 65 acres of farmland. Plus, guests can head up to the main house for any amenities they might be missing.

  • Occupancy Limit: This is a wonderful stay for two guests.
  • Minimum Stay: A 2-night stay is required.
  • Price: This rental rate is roughly $56 a night.

4 The Abracadabra Dome Near Landers

Just around the corner from Landers, California, in the middle of the Mojave Desert, dome seekers will find the Abracadabra Dome. This rental is just as interesting as its name and is the perfect place for some R&R. Here; guests can enjoy all the comforts of home, including access to Netflix and HBO, a sizable collection of books, plus a record player. In addition to all this, guests can splurge and opt for add-on services like yoga sessions, in-home massages, Reiki, and sound baths, plus a private chef.

  • Occupancy Limit: This Geodome can house up to four guests.
  • Minimum Stay: A 2-night stay is also required for this desert oasis.
  • Price: Rates start at $124 a night.

Related: Visit Mojave: Tips For Visiting America's Hottest Desert

3 Yucca Valley’s Hawkeye Dome House

Travelers on a quest for the true definition of off-the-grid luxury needn’t look any further than the Hawkeye Dome. This minimalist yet modern dome stay is located in the desert near Yucca Valley, CA. Here guests can bask in off-the-grid vibes with sustainable solar panels, a cedar hot tub, nearby hiking trails, and ample privacy on this 112-acre property. That said, great restaurants and shops are only ten minutes away by car.

  • Occupancy Limit: Six guests can comfortably relax in this dome rental.
  • Minimum Stay: A one-night stay is required.
  • Price: Rates start at roughly $556 a night.

2 Suttons Bay Dome Home

For Midwestern explorers, the Suttons Bay Dome Home in the Leelanau Peninsula, near Suttons Bay, Michigan, is a real treat. Here, guests can enjoy gorgeous over-bay sunrises/sunsets from their private patio or fire pit while surrounded by the untouched wilderness of this Michigan peninsula. There are also beaches, wineries, boutique shopping, the TART Bike Trail, and so much more, only a short drive away.

  • Occupancy Limit: This Geodome sleeps up to four guests.
  • Minimum Stay: A 2-night stay is required to book.
  • Price: Rates are approximately $257 a night.

1 The Hendersonville Overlook

For travel couples looking for a cozy dome retreat, The Overlook, close to Hendersonville, North Carolina, is for you. Made with quality time in mind, this Geodome rental is located deep in the woods sans cable or Wi-Fi. Plus, this dome has one side completely constructed of windows for incredible forest views, while the master suite is located in a separate space away from prying eyes. A few amenities include an outdoor living space, a fire pit, romantic vibes, and more.

  • Occupancy Limit: This couple’s retreat sleeps up to two guests.
  • Minimum Stay: A 2-night stay is required to reserve this dome rental.
  • Price: Rates are $259 a night.