Published on : Thursday, February 2, 2017
It would flaunt six suite-styled apartments inside a historical property that would be utilized to hold a printing gallery.
The term invisible service implies that the hotel would be devoid of a traditional front desk. Therefore, the hotel guests would feel that they are local inhabitants who are willing to spend a few days comfortably. In addition, the hotel would boast of some ‘carefully crafted’ and ‘unique’ guides who would be willing to assist guests as soon as they arrive.
The co-founder of the hotel, Chad Ludeman said that invisible service aims to impart real experiences to travellers by minimizing the barriers between the visitors and all the formalities.
He said that the central idea is to introduce visitors to a place where they experience a homely ambiance and do not feel as if they are a part of an artificial establishment.
Also, the hotel would provide well-curated guide books, adventure recommendations, shopping, drink, local dinner services to guests.