Hotels and leisure facilities
Create a striking design statement
If you want to make an impact while maximising your outdoor space, a unique Solardome® geodesic dome is the ideal choice. If you’re looking for a new leisure area, outdoor sun room, or private escape for your hotel, B&B or guest facility, our glasshouses provide a striking design statement that’s functional and cost-effective.
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Our domes enable you to offer something different. From an additional tranquil dining area where guests can enjoy views of the grounds, to a luxury tropical spa with plunge pool, there are plenty of possibilities. With the option to include a mezzanine level on the larger models, you can create a multi-functional space or private lodge. Facilities could include a cafe, hot tub, seating area and treatment room – the perfect luxury getaway for guests.
Make your hotel the ultimate place for a conference, wedding, special family occasion or a weekend break by offering this unique and versatile space for all to enjoy.
Our domes are quick to build, efficient, long-lasting and low maintenance. You can provide additional hotel and leisure facilities, which are elegant and functional, in no time at all.
Depending on your requirements, you can choose from our standard commercial glasshouses, ranging from 3.6m-10m in diameter, or for larger leisure facilities, we have our Solardome® PRO architectural system for domes up to 20m.
New! 6m Solardome PRO
Our 6m PRO is the perfect option to maximise your outdoor grounds, especially for further glamping accommodation. At under 30m2, it is not subject to stringent UK building regulations, but is still large enough for guest furniture. Contact us today to find out more.
Solardome® geodesic domes for hotel and leisure:
Hilton Court Gardens and Crafts, Wales
Hilton Court Gardens and Crafts has been running for over 25 years, at the centre of the gardens is a magnificent 10m Solardome® glasshouse, aptly named the ‘Paradise’ model.
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An award winning hostel situated on the west coast of the Isle of Skye, previously owned a SOLARDOME 3 which survived the extreme Highland weather for over 20 years. However, in 2009 they replaced it with a new SOLARDOME Retreat.
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