ANN@The China Post July 25, 2017, 2:02 pm TWN
It's the ultimate room with a view.
Directly under the big, wide Swiss sky conceptual hoteliers Null Stern in collaboration with hospitality professional Daniel Charbonnier have redefined camping with a new lodging experience.
On a grassy opening in the Graubünden mountains, they have unveiled a hotel without walls, roof or even a bathroom.
For the cost of 250 Sfr per night, guests are immersed in nature at 6,463 feet above sea level.
The design of each 'room' is very minimal with just a double bed, nightstand and lamps.
Though the closest bathroom is a public toilet 10 minutes walk away, guests will have a butler on hand who will welcome them and serve them a salami sandwich and coffee in the morning.
Before checking in they are forewarned that while the room is available every night between spring and autumn their booking could be cancelled at last minute if the weather is bad.
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