Published: 17 November 2016 by: Emily Russ
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The world's first 'zero star' hotel, Null Stern – Image courtesy of Null Stern

Walls. They’re so last season. If you love the minimalist look and have always dreamed of sleeping under the stars, this open-air hotel in Switzerland’s Graubünden might be just the place for you. When you book at Null Stern Hotel (which translates to ‘zero stars’), you’ll be treated to uninterrupted views from a ‘room’ that consists of a bed, side tables and lamps – that’s it. Oh, and a bow-tie- wearing butler, who’s also a farmer, who’ll serve you breakfast in bed.

The bed (technically we can’t really call it a room) is completely booked out for 2016. If you want to sleep under the stars and pay for the privilege, check out the website here to book your 2017 stay.

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