Based on Jules Verne’s 1865 novel, From the Earth to the Moon, this imaginative French space will leave guests both amused and inspired. An ode to the story which takes place in the post-American Civil War era where characters attempt to launch three people to the moon, this apartment is whimsical and beautifully furnished. The bathroom looks like some kind of large space capsule and sits in the corner of the main living area. Guests can also cook up dishes out of this world in the space rocket kitchen. The space is situated in a basement apartment and does not have any windows, further simulating the feeling of being in an enclosed spaceship and leaving guests to imagine a world of their own. A staircase will lead guests down below to the double bed which sits in the middle of the room surrounded by glass walls and fun knick-knacks.
Located in Nantes, France, guests here are just minutes from the Eglise Notre-Dame de Bon Port and the Memorial of the Abolition of Slavery.