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Nature and Adventure: Great River Fishing's Domes in B.C.

This spring, our team set up two 26' glamping domes for Great River Fishing Adventures near Hope, BC, at the edge of the Coastal Mountain Range, perched on the edge of the Fraser River.
Witness the splendid setup: https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/52147887
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Glamping: a huge hit in New Brunswick

"We did have a big wait-list before opening the domes! The public was very eager to book with us, and the loft seems to be a huge hit. The guests are really pleased to have two beds in the dome, and the loft gives them some privacy.

We also have a bathroom equipped with a shower, sink, and toilet (and a door) in each dome that the guests appreciate.   The kitchen has a bar sink, coffee maker, hot plate, microwave, and mini-fridge available, as well as pots & pans, dishes, and dish towels. We have also added a BBQ outside each dome for guest use.  

Overall the response thus far has been overwhelmingly positive. The guests love looking out the window at the forest (and the private hot tub on each deck), and having the amenities of a hotel in a camping environment."

 

- Gloria, manager at River Run Resort & Grill (New Brunswick)

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High-end dome experience at Wild Skies Resort in Manitoba

Wild Skies Resort + Event Venue , in Manitoba, garnered a lot of interest in their Phoenix Domes, and most notably, from Winnipeg Free Press:"The leaves of the aspens tremble overhead, framed by a skylight at the peak of this geodesic dome. Then the stars enter the scene, twinkling against an indigo sky. There’s one last sweet song from a white-throated sparrow before everyone falls asleep for the night. And this, my friends, is what you can expect from a night in a dome at Wild Skies Resort.Wild Skies Resort + Event Centre sits on 10 acres along the Whitemouth River just east of Beausejour and has brought bona fide glamping to Manitoba. Three geodesic domes offer everything you expect in a luxury hotel along with private decks, river access, evening campfires and most notably, priceless views. Each dome boasts its own outdoor shower — a cedar lined, tree-surrounded, view-to-the-sky affair that may make you linger."
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Backyard Dome Hideaway in the Forest

"I like to come out here sometimes, I might watch a movie, drink a glass of wine, it's a little hideaway for me. I think my favourite part of the dome would be the window and all the natural light coming in, it just feels very serene." Join Karen for a tour of her Phoenix Dome, tucked away on the edge of southern Ontario's breathtaking birch forests!

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Birchwood's restful dome, an hour from Toronto

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Sweeping Views from a Nova Scotia Dome Resort

We pride ourselves in creating a fun, memorable and enjoyable stay for all of our guests. We hope they enjoy our unique dome accommodations and get to experience something new.

Drew & Dana, Port Wade Glamping Domes

https://www.portwadeglampingdomes.ca/

 

 

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 An elevating Yoga Experience in a Dome Studio

"When seeking building options for our yoga space, the dome checked all the boxes and so much more! We were looking for something that is open, customizable, efficient, economical, and that we could build ourselves.

As a bonus, the dome was great for our application as we found how it inspires creativity in those that join daily classes and retreats. The large window was amazing to take in the beauty of the natural environment outside while appreciating the architectural masterpiece inside."

- Sina Shalbaf, Dharma Temple Yoga

https://online.thedharmatemple.com/

 

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Phoenix Domes from Coast to Coast

Here are few more rental and residential domes to discover:

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Dome Lifestyle Testimonials

Read about the experience of dome-dwellers who found freedom in geodesic home ownership, and businesses who found success through geodesic customer experience.

 

 

 

Tovel's Dome Home Experience

"The dome has been my new home since this Fall. I feel so grateful for this simple sanctuary. It’s spherical geometry is very refreshing in contrast to the boxes we are so used to. I find this circular floor plan offers many more variations and room for optimizations in home decor. It’s been a pleasure to get settled in – seeing all my things find their places. I had some concerns and fears of cold winter. Past experiences have me now valuing warmth as priority. To my surprise, the dome heats quickly and easily when the fire is lit. I use no supplemental electrical heat & I feel very cozy. The structure feels light and strong. I appreciate the high ceilings for juggling and training with gymnastic rings."

- Tovel Boucher, Vancouver Island, BC

 

 


 


 

Native Shoes - Pop-up Showroom in a Dome

"We set up a 20' Phoenix Dome at Big White Ski Resort, in BC, for Native Shoes to have a lounge to create brand awareness during the Snowboard Cross World Cup. The Dome was super cozy in the snow and a lovely lounge space!  We had a clear vision of what we wanted our event activation to look like, and we were thrilled to have worked with Phoenix Domes to make our vision come to life.  While it takes a bit of effort and time to set up, the geodesic dome was the highlight of our activation and provided a beautiful space to showcase our product and brand."
- Ariella Fong, Purpose Experience Coordinator, Native Shoes

 

 
ANJA AND THOMAS' DOME SETUP
This slideshow will give you an idea of Anja and Thomas' setup process!

Anja and Thomas' Dome Home Experience

"We decided to buy a dome (20'/300sqft.), because the prices for housing are crazy expensive in the place we live. We were lucky enough to find a piece of land where we could build the dome and have electricity, a septic tank and water. This allows us to live in the dome all year round. First we prepared the ground by making it perfectly flat and spreading out a 4 inch layer of gravel. After that, we laid down a thick plastic cover on the gravel in order to build the dome on it and lock out the moisture from underneath. Building the dome was pretty straight forward. We were 3 persons and it took us about 2 days. Building the structure was easy (about 4 hours), but installing the covering layers was tricky. We would recommend 4-5 persons to help pull over the outer cover. After the dome was set, we installed a wooden floor, a wood stove and a kitchen. Everyone who considers living in the dome all year round, should install a wood stove and a proper fan in order to have a nice room climate and keep the moisture out. If you do not control the moisture, you will probably have problems with mould! After living in our dome for 4 months, we can definitely say that it was the right decision to buy it. The quality of the materials and the manufacturing are excellent. Not to mention the excellent and friendly customer service provided. We would definitely recommend Phoenix Domes!"

Anja Valentin, Gulf Islands, BC