Bizarre! This Swiss Company has introduced a zero-star suite at a gas station

If you’re looking for unique ways to experience Switzerland and not worry about the cost factor, then this Swiss Company has got you covered. It is now allowing guests to stay at a novel suite that is located at the gas station. Yes, you heard that right! Offered by the Null Stern Hotel, the suite has aptly been named – the Null Stern Anti-Idyllic Suite. It is situated within the vicinity of a fuel station in the municipality of Saillon and comes without walls and a roof for privacy.

The suite’s listing reads: “The anti-idyllic suite is situated on the side of a thoroughfare. Rather than a place of rest, this new version aims to keep you awake and offers a place of reflection on current affairs such as the climate, the economy, security, or equality. Individuals, companies, schools, or associations are all welcome to use this space to exchange, brainstorm or create ideas.”

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Via – Facebook / Null Stern Hotel

“We offer you the opportunity to invest time in yourself and for yourself, so it gives sense and purpose to this moment of introspection,” it further adds. As a plus, all rooms include a welcome drink, local finger food, breakfast pastry, fresh juice, a butler, and a hotel room in case of bad weather.

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The Anti-Idyllic Suite by Null Stern Hotel costs $338 a night and can currently be booked via the marquee’s website. Would you fancy staying here?

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