Check Out This Incredible Swiss Alps Hotel ‘Room’ With No Walls
Would you sleep in this outdoor bedroom in the middle of the Alps?
Is your dream vacation an escape to a totally private and secluded destination—surrounded only by nature? Well, now your wish can come true with a stay in this open-air hotel “room”at Null Stern, a hotel in the Swiss Alps. Yep, you can have the Swiss Alps all to yourself—or at least feel like you do.
We’ve talked about cool places to sleep before, like this Airbnb in an aquarium, which takes “swimming with sharks” to a whole new level, or this igloo in Brooklyn, New York, which was created with fresh blizzard snow.
The amenities offered at Null Stern? Privacy, a queen-size bed at 6,463 feet above sea level, a starlit sky by night and picturesque mountains by day that aren’t just murals on the walls. What more could you ask for, right?
What does the name mean? “Zero stars.” “The star is not the hotel but each guest,” the hotel’s co-founder, Daniel Charbonnier, told Business Insider. “We got rid of all the walls, and the only thing left is you and your experience. Switzerland becomes the hotel.”
Where’s the bathroom? Just a five-minute walk down the mountain. And with so much natural beauty surrounding you, we think it’s certainly worth the trek.
Fun fact: When creating the bed/hotel, the construction crew had to flatten an area of land for it. Impressive undertaking, huh?
The cost? Approximately $255 a night. Try to get a deal like that anywhere else with such an incredible setting.
And room service? That’s covered too. You get your own butler to bring you meals.
(If you’re wondering where he comes from, he stays at a nearby cabin.)
And what about bad weather? Not to worry, you can cancel.
Count. Us. In.
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