Zero Star Hotel

Photo: Annie Scott

Most hotels try to convince you to book your stay with them by touting their five-star ratings. Not Null Stern Hotel in Switzerland! Not only does it have "zero star" rating, the hotel is actually a converted bomb shelter.

Annie Scott of Gadling stayed there and lived to write about it:

The "Null Stern," or "Zero Star" Hotel is a cross between a hostel and an art installation by Swiss concept artists Frank and Patrik Riklin. The former air raid shelter retains remnants of its past purpose and challenges one's perception of what "hospitality" means. There are ear-protecting headphones and heavy machinery, as well as sleigh beds and a sexily-dressed female butler. It was quite an experience.

Link - Thanks Willy!

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