This hotel, set against the backdrop of the Swiss Alps, takes stripped-back style to the extreme. The open-air room in Graubünden, Switzerland, called Null Stern — meaning “zero stars” — has done away with walls and a ceiling, featuring only a bed with linens, lamps and two tables. While the nearest bathroom is 10 minutes away. The concept is designed to make a star out of each of its guests.
The goal was “to put the guest at the center of the experience and to focus on the intangible by reducing everything else to the minimum,” said Daniel Charbonnier, Null Stern hotel co-founder.
- Features. The room has no walls, roof or bathroom – and is made up of only a bed with a couple of nightstands and lamps.
- Room service. Null Stern will provide a butler to deliver guests breakfast in bed, while a public bathroom is 10 minutes away.
- Cost. The room costs $256 per night and is bookable throughout spring and autumn.
- Height. 6,460 feet above sea level is the height at which the room sits in Graubünden,Switzerland.