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Published on : Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Renowned Swiss hoteliers Patrik Riklin and Frank have come up with a brand new ‘concept hotel’ known as Null Stern that does away with the walls, ceiling and standard hotel facilities like a toilet. Guests would have to walk down 10 miles to access the nearest toilet!
Situated at about 6,463 feet above sea level in Switzerland’s Graubunden, this hotel accommodation offers breathtaking views of the Swiss Alps as it permits guests to gaze at the starry night sky above.
The ‘hotel’ comprises a comfortable double bed, with lamps and cute-looking bedside tables. The bed was inside a bunker in the year 2008.
Daniel Charbonnier, hospitality professional who was one of the designers of this concept hotel said that Null Stern hotel is among the first hotels in Switzerland that would enable guests to enjoy the country’s beautiful landscapes.
If the weather turns worse by any chance, the authorities at the Null Stern hotel have the rights to cancel the hotel bookings of its guests, since it is devoid of walls and ceiling.
The goal of the hotel, according to Daniel Charbonnier is to help guests focus on Mother Nature and experience pure bliss by being at its centre and this is exactly why the hotel is so very minimalistic.
In addition, a butler would be made available to the guests who would welcome them warmly with a breakfast basket and drinks.
The name ‘Null Stern’ implies ‘zero stars’.