Situated close to the centre of Reykjavik, the Galaxy Pod Hostel features private, bunk-style sleeping quarters that look like they are straight out of Star Wars. After a day of exploring (or a night of partying), guests bed down in futuristic, space-themed pods that replace traditional hostel bunk beds. Prices start from around £38 for a single-pod bed in a 24-bed dormitory. Each self-contained pod has either a twin or queen-sized bed, reading lights, hangers, mirrors, a secure locker, charging stations, an alarm clock and purple mood lighting that adds to the cosmic aesthetic. There is also free wifi throughout. Guests can also play around with the various light settings and fall asleep beneath a blanket of twinkly projections. Upon waking, they will emerge from their pods to beautiful mountain vistas from the dorm windows. Each pod features either a privacy curtain or a sliding door, and are stacked in multi-person, all-gender dormitories, with the upper pod accessed via a ladder. The rooms sleep four, eight or 24 people, and there’s a female-only dorm that sleeps six.A review in The Telegraph said: “The 38 pods, decorated in minimal black-and-grey chic, wouldn’t be out of pl...