This Hotel "Room" in Switzerland Doesn't Have Walls... or a Roof

This Hotel "Room" in Switzerland Doesn't Have Walls... or a Roof

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Tara Bellucci
Jul 29, 2016
(Image credit: via Null Stern)

While amenities vary from hotel to hotel, four walls and a roof are usually a given. Well, the Null Stern in Switzerland will not put you in a box. Instead, it offers a whole new way to sleep under the stars.

Nestled in the Alps in Graubünden, the room consists of a double bed, tile floor, two nightstands, and two lamps. It's a project by twin brothers and artists Frank and Patrick Riklin, who have been opening hotels in unique locations— such as bomb shelters and dilapidated barns— since 2008.

Meaning "zero star," this iteration of Null Stern is hardly that—you'll be sleeping under millions of them. Plus, if you can look past the non-existent walls, roof, and bathroom, the amenities are quite posh. A valet escorts you to the remote room, provides a welcome drink, and a breakfast basket in the morning. And of course, there's the view.

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