Null Stern – A hotel without walls and roofs in Swiss Alps. Usually a hotel room consists of many facilities with the general specifications four walls, a roof, and a bathroom. Yet another case with a hotel room that actually open in the Swiss Alps. The hotel is named Null Stern and makes guests to sleep in the open area above the city of Graubunden Switzerland.
This concept allows Null Stern guests can enjoy the panoramic mountain views while feeling the glow of the stars above their heads. Made only from one bedroom which consisted of a double bed, wooden floors, two tables and two lamps, Null Stern is the recent work of two artists from Swiss twins Frank and Patrick Riklin.
His work was recognized Riklin brothers as an effort to create a hotel with no structure. They also aim to develop the idea of Outdoor hotels throughout Switzerland.
Stay at the Null Stern might seem a little expensive because the rate per night is priced at 250 US dollars (US) and is in a location that is quite extreme.
Nevertheless, the price includes valet who will see the guests when the night and brought breakfast the next morning. Until now, the reservation Null Stern still open but Riklin brothers have the right to cancel any reservation anytime when the weather turns bad.