Travel This hotel room in the Swiss Alps has no walls or a roof – but just look at the view

20:00  17 june  2017
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This hotel room in the Swiss Alps has no walls or a roof – but just look at the view . Talk about being one with nature. June 16, 2017 by hellomagazine.com A hotel with no walls or ceilings has opened in the Swiss Alps . Leave a comment.

One open-air hotel , called Null Stern, eliminates walls and a roof altogether. Located in the middle of the Swiss Alps , it only features a bed with linens. Take a look at its first " hotel ."

  This hotel room in the Swiss Alps has no walls or a roof – but just look at the view © Provided by Rex A hotel with no walls has reopened in the Swiss Alps, and if you love the great outdoors, it might be perfect for you. Null Stern Hotel, on the Gobsi Summit in Gonten, is made up of just one hotel room 1,200 metres above sea level, where guests sleep in the open air beneath the stars. What could be more romantic?

Null Stern translates to "zero stars" – it’s been stripped of so many amenities it can’t be awarded any – but the owners are proud of that. There’s only a bed, side tables and a floor, and the view, of course. The concept hotel is the work of artists Frank and Patrik Riklin and Daniel Charbonnier and the furniture is recycled from hotel room furniture of the Seventies. The hills, mountains and sky are supposed to provide the architectural elements the room is missing. After launching last year in the Safien Valley in Grisons, the hotel has reopened in Gonten, and next year will move location once again.

Child tops list of items left behind by guests at Glasgow hotel

  Child tops list of items left behind by guests at Glasgow hotel Other surprises included laptops and iPads through to more predictable items such as mobile phone chargers.The Campanile Hotel, next to the SSE Hydro concert venue in Glasgow, have released a list of the most common items left
in their 106 bedrooms
over the past year.

Take a look at its first " hotel ." Located 6,463 feet above sea level, Null Stern sits in the middle of the Swiss Alps . (Atelier für Sonderaufgaben). The hotel has no walls , roof , or bathroom — only a queen bed with a pair of nightstands and lamps.

Luckily, you won’t have to be asking for a room with a view when you reserve. On a grassy opening in the Graubünden mountains, conceptual hotelier Null Stern has opened a hotel without a roof , walls , or even an official bathroom.

Hello! Magazine © Provided by Hello Magazine UK Hello! Magazine You may not get luxuries like a bathroom or a roof at Null Stern, but there is a safe and a butler. The butler meets guests at the train station, escorts them up the steep slope to the suite, and is on hand to serve drinks, bread, cheese and local meats, right to the bed. And don’t worry, there is a toilet. It’s just in a hut, a 100m walk away.

An overnight stay costs CHF 295 (£237) but book quickly – more than 1,300 reservation requests have been made for this summer already. Let’s just hope it doesn’t rain…

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