There are all kinds of crazy hotel rooms these days, even one that is underwater and surrounded by sharks.
One of the latest getaway rooms to garner attention isn’t really a “room” at all.
In fact, it is referred to as an open-air hotel, called Null Stern, and is essentially a bed in the middle of the Swiss Alps.
Null Stern, which in German translates to “zero stars,” was given its name for a reason according to the hotel’s co-founder, Daniel Charbonnier.
“The star is not the hotel but each guest,” Charbonnier, tells Business Insider. “We got rid of all the walls, and the only thing left is you and your experience.”
It has already proven to be a successful venture as the Null Stern is booked through the end of next year after being launched this past July.
At the moment, Charbonnier is looking to expand the offering to Switzerland assuming Null Stern continues to prosper.