Looking for a rock ‘n’ roll twist on a rustic vacation? Then head to the Rosa Muerta, the desert hideaway designed and built by LA punk rocker-turned-architect Robert Stone. Exposed to the elements, the 1,300-square-foot all-black bungalow is a “glamping” site — that’s glamourous camping — and for $220 a night you get a shower, spa, kitchen, and all the other amenities of a luxury home, minus the walls. Instead, the open and glossy black surfaces and mirrored ceilings are meant to compliment, and contrast, the surrounding Joshua Tree desert.
For more on Joshua Tree check out Museyon’s guide to Music+Travel Worldwide where Jessica Hundley is your guide to Calicountry from Joshua Tree to LA and beyond.
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