Unusual accommodation continues to make headlines, developing exponentially in both the city and the countryside. While bubbles and cabins are still very popular, new categories are swelling the ranks to attract more and more nocturnal adventurers. The only limit is the imagination of the project owners, whether they are professionals or private individuals, and each year more incongruous accommodations are created. A booming market that should continue to grow, responding to the need for the experiential and authentic expressed by travellers.
According to a study commissioned by the Hôtes-Insolites agency, the unusual accommodation market in France comprises nearly 3,600 accommodation units for a total of nearly 10,000. A little over 500 of these sites are campsites, the others being mainly bed and breakfasts or gîtes. The annual...
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