What's inside: In the Swiss Alps opened a hotel without windows, doors and walls

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The Swiss company Zero Real Estate has launched a concept hotel: it has no windows, doors, ceilings and walls. The project created a total of 7 rooms, which are located in 7 different locations in Eastern Switzerland.

The rooms are open 24 hours a day and are served by only one butler during their stay. The suites in the form of a platform are equipped with a double bed, bedside tables with lamps. Also in the rooms there is a small table and 2 chairs, towels, slippers, batteries for smartphones, flashlights, insect screens, extra blankets and umbrellas.

Each hotel room is managed by a butler. If it rains, it will help to move to a closed room located nearby, or install umbrellas. If guests are hungry or want information on tourist routes or local restaurants, a butler is always there to help.

The room rate per day will be $ 310. The price also includes breakfast, which the butler delivers directly to bed. The launch of the project is scheduled for July.

According to the creators of the project, the idea of ​​such a hotel is that travelers are mainly looking for material benefits, not impressions.

Just a day after the start of the reservation, all rooms were reserved until the end of 2020. The waiting list is already more than 9,000 people.

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