Nomad’s Pad brings you a luxury Grand Canyon getaway under the stars – Robb Report



Escaping the chaos and connecting with nature has never been so elegant.

Located on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, a 20-acre property will soon be home to 10 remarkable, Temperature-controlled glass pyramids with exceptional views of the desert and the night sky. Named Nomad’s Pad, the solar-powered project – which recently hit its fundraising goals on Indiegogo – plans to offer guests their own 400-square-foot glass pyramid filled with comfort for one to three nights of luxurious camping. The limited number of pyramids means guests are spaced out for a truly unobstructed 360-degree view. Yet when privacy is needed, the transparent glass walls of structures turn opaque at the touch of a button, thanks to smart glass technology.

A rendering of a guest’s spacious landscaping.

Nomad pad

Built according to the principles of the passive house for maximum efficiency, each pyramid will be equipped with air conditioning, a queen-size bed, luxury linens, a private bathroom and a separate shower, eco-friendly toiletries and free tea and coffee. Cozy outdoor amenities include a private hot tub, propane fireplace, hammock and private patio with lounge furniture.

With the estimated opening of Nomad’s Pad in October 2021, travelers will be able to reach the field with a one to three and a half hour ride from region centers like Flagstaff, Phoenix and Las Vegas; The Grand Canyon National Park itself is a 25-minute drive away. The official name of the rural town where the currently undeveloped land is located is known as Grand Canyon Junction; surrounded by pine trees and juniper berries, the area is also home to the location of the Under Canvas Grand Canyon.

Nomadic pad in the Grand Canyon

A view of the living space within the pyramid at nightfall.

Nomad pad

Jenny and Victor Pegeanu, rental real estate veterans and co-founders of Nomad’s Pad, have spent years creating immersive nature stays “with a hint of glam” throughout the Grand Canyon region, which has earned to the duo’s offers many five-star reviews on platforms like Airbnb. This new experience will take things to the next level by also offering guests on-site ‘stress-relieving’ activities such as sipping and painting classes, yoga, outdoor movies, and sound baths and massages. soothing.

Nomad’s Pad will also provide guests with farm-to-table meals from a food truck stocked with local ingredients, along with craft beer, wine and cocktails. Guests will also be able to book hikes, jeep landscape tours, boat trips, and South Rim airplane tours, among a range of other activities. And if you are in desperate need of web access, that is also available in the field.

Nomad pad

Each pyramid has a private terrace and a hot tub.

Nomad pad

Interested visitors can currently support the campaign to earn priority booking privileges. First, create an Indiegogo account, then select a benefit (the number of nights you prefer), the value of which ranges from $ 579 to $ 1,659. From there, travelers will submit their payment information before receiving a confirmation email with a specialized voucher code to use on the eventual booking portal. For more information, visit the listing on the Nomad’s Pad Indiegogo page.

Check out more renders of Nomad’s Pad below.

Nomadic pad in the Grand Canyon

Nomad pad

Nomadic pad in the Grand Canyon

Nomad pad

Nomadic pad in the Grand Canyon

Nomad pad

Nomadic pad in the Grand Canyon

Nomad pad

Nomadic pad in the Grand Canyon

Nomad pad


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