A luxury rotating glamping RV with wraparound windows has gone on sale for $270,000. Take a look inside.
New Zealand design firm W2 decked out a luxury RV, which is on the market for $270,000.
The Romotow rotating caravan swivels out to create a two-part space with a deck and a main cabin.
The cabin can house up to six people and includes a cozy sleeping area, kitchen, and dining lounge.
Camping has just got a lot more luxurious with this new Romotow RV.
The starting price for the 30.5-foot caravan is $270,000 although this may increase once the buyer begins adding on options and customizations.
The unique 30.5-foot caravan was designed by architecture firm W2, which is based in New Zealand.
What makes this trailer different is that it has an automated hydraulic system that allows it to swivel out to create a two-part space with large deck and a main cabin that can house up to six people.
It can be opened and closed in less than a minute.
The covered patio with teak flooring is perfect for when you want to take in your beautiful surroundings after a long day of traveling.
You can easily place camping furniture there to enjoy the views and even choose to include removable mesh sidewalls to keep out bugs.
The main cabin includes a spacious dining lounge that is surrounded by wraparound windows.
The dining benches can comfortably sit up to six people.
It can also be used as a sleeping area, as the dinette converts over to two single beds or one double bed.
The kitchen is small, but practical, and comes either in a two-counter or single-counter design. It includes a sink, gas range, and a fridge and freezer unit.
The L-shaped bathroom, which is right behind the kitchen, has a corner toilet, sink and spacious shower. A roof window brings in even more light.
The bedroom is at the very back of the caravan and can be closed off via its own door.
The room is sleek and cozy, and includes two large windows with built-in shutters that give you privacy at night.
It also has plenty of storage space, including a closet and bedside tables.
The modern unit also has plenty of entertainment options, which include a multi-zone Fusion sound system and an outdoor projector system with pull-down screen.
At night the lit-up caravan is especially cozy.
Read the original article on Insider