Just pray it doesn’t rain! The £237-a-night hotel that’s perched atop a mountain in the Alps with no walls or ceilings (but you do get a butler)
• The Null Stern hotel is solely a double bed, with a nightstand and lamps, entirely open to the elements
• Located atop the Gobsi mountain in the Swiss Alps, the nearest public loo is ten minutes away
• Reservations can be cancelled at short notice due to bad weather, but there is a back-up chalet to stay in
It looks more like a film set than a hotel.
But this open-air Swiss attraction has hundreds of people queuing up to stay, despite it having no ceiling, walls, toilet or indeed any facilities at all.
The Null Stern hotel is solely a double bed, with a nightstand and lamps, perched on the top of a mountain.
While reservations can be cancelled at short notice due to bad weather (unsurprisingly) – in which case there’s a cabin they can stay in closeby – every night available at the hotel is currently booked.
For the cost of CFH 295 (£237) per night, guests are immersed in nature at 3,900 feet above sea level in Appenzell at the top of the Gobsi mountain.
Though the closest bathroom is a public toilet a ten minute walk away, guests will have a butler on hand to welcome them and serve them a salami sandwich and coffee in the morning. But would you give it a go?