>> Friday, September 16, 2016 – #WhatInTheWorld, #Wow, Adventure, hotel, Null Stern Hotel, Swiss Alps, travel
Following last Tuesday's post about going barefoot in New Zealand, here's another interesting travel post from Switzerland. I think this may be the start of a new blog series called WOW: What in the World! where I will feature fun facts about places all over the world. Yes, why don't we do that? (I have just added 'WOW 02' on my post title. WOW 01 being the post on "Barefoot in New Zealand").
So there's a hotel in Switzerland that has re-opened last July 2016 called Null Stern Hotel. To fully experience the beauty of the Swiss Alps, designers Frank and Patrik Riklin, together with hospitality professional Daniel Charbonnier came up with a hotel that allows you to sleep in rooms with no walls. That's right, no walls!
Sleeping with no walls means you get an unobstructed view of the swiss alps during the day and you get to sleep under a canopy of stars during the night. The room just comes with a bed, night tables and lamps. You have a butler on hand who can serve you breakfast in bed and address your other requests. However, the nearest toilet and bathroom is about 10 minutes away.
Interested to experience sleeping in the wild? Check out their site here.
#WOW Series: What in the World!