With these accommodations in the Swiss Alps, one no longer has to choose between staying in bed and experiencing the wonders of nature.
As uncrate reports, the Zero Real Estate pop-up hotel offers an open-air double bed on the hillside, with no roof or walls. The bed sits on a wooden platform with two nightstands built into either side of the headboard.
For $295 per night, visitors will enjoy butler service in addition to uninterrupted views of the nearby Churfirsten mountain range, Schwendi lakes, and the Rhine Valley below.
And don't worry: there are also backup rooms in case of bad weather.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-hillside-hotel-with-zero-real-estate/14291
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