This hotel has no walls or roof, but the stunning view from the bed is priceless!
We all got used to the typical hotel suits. More or less, their idea is the same. But there are some hotels which break the usual rules. Instead of bed, you will find a piece of ice, and to get to your suite you will have to get over a real quest. But there also is something much more different…
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Null Stern hotel is located in Swiss Alps. An open-air hotel has no walls and no roof. In fact, it looks like camping with a queen bed. A pair of nightstands and lamps are also included.
Null Stern means “zero stars”. “The star is not the hotel but each guest,” says Daniel Charbonnier, the hotel’s co-founder. “We got rid of all the walls, and the only thing left is you and your experience.”
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The first bed, located 1970 meters above the sea level, was launched in July 2016. Ii costs about 260 euro per night. The second one appeared at the very beginning of the next summer on the Göbsi summit in Appenzell, Switzerland.
The construction crew did a good job to install the bed.
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“The hotel has no walls, roof, or bathroom — only a queen bed with a pair of nightstands and lamps. A public bathroom is about a five-minute walk down the mountain,” Charbonnier adds.
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Just a stunning view of the mountains around… starry night sky and unbelievable air… unforgettable experience! “Switzerland becomes the hotel,” he says
A personal butler stays in the shed nearby. Here he dresses and prepares meals for the guests. A dinner and a breakfast in bed are included.
The second “suite” with a queen bed is located 1200 meters above the sea level. Its feature is a TV concept that only work face-to-face. The Modern Butler “sends” to the guests live news, weather forecast and local anecdotes through the frame of a recycle TV.
Isn’t it the most beautiful hotel view in the world?