Null Stern Hotel Open-Air Room, Switzerland
Booking a hotel in a stunning area of natural beauty is nothing new. But what it new is booking a hotel with completely unrestricted view of said panoramic beauty. Take a look at the Swiss Alps room at the Null Stern Hotel, which has no walls, roof or bathroom, and consists solely of a bed with a couple of nightstands and lamps, offering probably one of the best bedside views in the world!
Yes, guests at the Null Stern Hotel in the mountains of Graubünden, Switzerland are invited to sleep under the stars with in this open-air hotel, which is located 6,463 feet above sea level. Barring a personal butler who is at guests’ disposal, there are no other amenities. That means no restroom, the nearest of which is a 10 minutes’ walk away.
The Null Stern luxury hotel was named after the Swiss phrase for ‘Zero Stars,’ and is the self-proclaimed “world’s first zero-star hotel.” The quirky boutique hotel is actually located inside a former nuclear bunker, and when opened in 2008 was nominated at the Worldwide Hospitality Awards for the best innovation of the year.
Upon their stay in the unique Swiss Alps room at the Null Stern, which is located in the city of Teufen, Joes will be left to their own devices unless they need goods delivered by the butler. Breakfast in bed will also be provided.
Before checking in, Joes who want to stay in open air hotel are warned that the room is only available between spring and autumn, due to weather reasons. And they should also be prepared for some last-minute cancellations if the weather takes a turn for the worst!
Null Stern’s Swiss Alps room is now available now to book over at the Null Stern Website where a room for the night will set you back around £191 (250 Swiss Francs) per night.