Bizarre Hotel of The Month: Hotel Everland
After a brief hiatus, dealcheckers’ Bizarre Hotel of the Month is BACK and ready to weird up your cyber-walls. This one has really caught our attention; Hotel Everland is a project by the artist duo L/B, and is basically a transportable, one room hotel that is lifted up and put down again somewhere wacky!
Its one room includes a bathroom, a king-size bed and a lounge. It is supposed to embody all those things that make a hotel so special: fabulous architecture, quirky details, and even a suggestion that guests steal the gold embroidered bath towels. But the best thing is surely the location; the lake of Neuchantel, the roof of L/B’s studio and the roof of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Leipzig are just a few of the places that the hotel has cooled its boots.
You can only book the hotel for one night, there’s a fully-stocked mini bar and there’s a record collection for midnight dancing. In the daytime, the hotel is very much a free-for-all tourist attraction; at the Museum of Contemporary Art, visitors could take a peek during the daytime hours, before guests turned in for the night.
The last place it stayed was the roof of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. With a view of the Eiffel Tower, it was a location most hotel owners would sell their staff for!
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All images from the Everland hotel website.