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This Swiss Hotel Room Doesn’t Have Walls, a Roof, or a Bathroom — But That View!

posted: 12/19/16
by: Blythe Copeland
Hotel in Germany
Dezeen

If the end-of-the-year stress has you longing for a quiet vacation, then this minimalist hotel may be the answer: A stay at The Null Stern Hotel means just you, a comfortable bed, and the majestic Swiss Alps for company.

The sleeping area, designed by "conceptual hoteliers" Frank and Patrik Riklin and "hospitality professional" Daniel Charbonnier, is little more than a bed, nightstands, lamps, and a solid floor -- it does not have a ceiling, roof, walls, or bathroom. Guests sleep under the stars, wait for a butler to arrive with breakfast in bed in the morning, and use a nearby public bathroom. At 6,463 feet above sea level, though, and surrounded by stunning views of the mountains, it just may be the perfect escape.

Via Elle Decor


via Dezeen