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World first open-air hotel opens in Switzerland mountains






Two brothers have set up the first open-air hotel in the mountains Switzerland. The one room zero-star hotel is offering a 360-degree view to its guests.

The hotel's organizers say the mountain landscape is the architecture of their imaginary hotel building. Travelers have to pay around 260 dollars for just one night and the room is bookable for each night from spring until late autumn.

Guests are woken by a personal butler who servers them coffee and sandwiches. The hotel is located in the remote ‘Safi-ental’ region located at a height of 1 thousand 970 meters above sea level in the mountains of south-eastern Switzerland.

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