The Null Stern Hotel is located 6463 feet above sea level amongst the mountains of Graubünden, Switzerland. This new ‘zero-star’ hotel lets you sleep under a million of them, but the catch is that there is no roof, walls or bathrooms nearby.
Featuring nothing but a bed, two bedside tables, and two lamps this hotel room is the embodiment of minimalism focusing on the picturesque 360 degree views. Guests are immersed in the surrounding environment of the Swiss Alps, exposed to the elements, and wake up to butler-served breakfast in bed with the sun rising right before their eyes.
Null Stern, which ironically translates to ‘zero stars’, was founded by Swiss conceptual artists Frank and Patrik Riklin. The duos past project involved a nuclear bomb bunker being converted to a hotel room with no windows; the total opposite of their current Swiss Alps hotel.
Daniel Charnbonnier, head of hospitality for Null Stern, told Daily Mail that the aim of the hotel was to ‘put the guest at the centre of the experience and to focus on the intangible by reducing everything else to the minimum.’ The hotel, which is now taking bookings, was designed to feature in the Art Safiental Land-Art Festival.
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