You can truly reflect in these mirror-like cabins outside of Toronto.


This might just be the greatest escape yet.

Travelers can now prebook a stay in a pair of reflective cabins located in the secluded wilderness about two hours north of Toronto.

Exterior of the mirrored cabins in Canada by Arcana Rendering
Credit: Courtesy of Arcana Rendering

The 275-foot spaces are covered with a reflective stainless steel material, allowing them to completely blend in with the forested surroundings and provide a new kind of immersive stay in the woods. In fact, the company behind it — Arcana — calls itself a "movement" to further the relationship between humans and nature. As part of that mission, they're offering "innovative, science-backed experiences and educational content to enable people to easily access the restorative powers of nature," the brand said in a release sent to Travel + Leisure.

View from the bed looking out of the mirrored cabin in Canada
Credit: Courtesy of Arcana Rendering

To celebrate its initial launch, Arcana is inviting guests to prebook now for stays starting in August 2021, pending Ontario's COVID-19 restrictions. The exact location will only be disclosed to guests and include a private sauna, nearly 10 miles of marked trails for hiking and guided forest bathing, and a custom meditative sound journey designed with Woom Center and The Dojo Upstate. There's a two-night minimum stay (three nights on long weekends), with prices starting at $299 per weeknight for up to two guests. (Visitors must be at least 18 years old.)

The kitchen inside the mirrored cabins in Canada
Credit: Courtesy of Arcana Rendering

Eventually, Arcana will launch several sites across both the United States and Canada at locations that have yet to be announced.

Chairs around a fire pit at a mirrored cabin in Canada during winter
Credit: Courtesy of Mike Palmer

"Our need for nature has never been greater than over the past year, with long lockdowns and being isolated inside for months all contributing to a growing mental health crisis," Arcana cofounder Felicia Snyder said in a statement.

Fellow cofounder Alan Gertner added, "We think the world would be a better place if we could all get more time in nature. With Arcana, we are creating a community to help us incorporate the natural world, and its emotional and mental benefits, into our lives. We hope that we are creating a ritual worth repeating — a long-term, symbiotic relationship with nature that changes how we see the world and how we see ourselves within it."