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Go on holiday and spend the night in a sewer pipe in Austria and Germany

They might not be your first choice for accommodation, but Austrian architect Andreas Strauss has totally revamped these sewer pipes and converted them into homes away from home.

They’re calling them Das Park Hotels and each pipe has enough room to fit two people, with a bed and lamp, woolly blanket, and a light cotton sleeping bag to make guests feel more at home. Because these sleepers are in the public space (in parks), guests will have to use a shared bathroom and find their other supplies at local cafes. And if a sewer hotel room doesn’t really thrill you – this might brighten your day: you pay whatever you want.

‘We see “pay as you wish” as a system where customers leave a Euro amount that they can afford and with which they wish to support our project’, the website states.

Check out their website to book your own private sewer pipe hotel.

Via Bonjour Life

Sewer hotel in Austria and Germany
Sewer hotel in Austria and Germany
Sewer hotel in Austria and Germany
Sewer hotel in Austria and Germany
Sewer hotel in Austria and Germany
Sewer hotel in Austria and Germany
Sewer hotel in Austria and Germany

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