Friday Photo: The world’s first ‘Zero Star Hotel’

Daniel Charbonnier, co-founder of Minds in Motion, an international hospitality advisory and services company, has recently partnered with concept artists Frank and Patrik Riklin to transform the ‘Zero-Star Hotel’ into a worldwide business opportunity. The ‘Zero Star Hotel’ is an art installation, a Swiss nuclear bunker converted into an ‘eco-luxury’ hotel that can host 14 ...

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Daniel Charbonnier, co-founder of Minds in Motion, an international hospitality advisory and services company, has recently partnered with concept artists Frank and Patrik Riklin to transform the 'Zero-Star Hotel' into a worldwide business opportunity. The 'Zero Star Hotel' is an art installation, a Swiss nuclear bunker converted into an 'eco-luxury' hotel that can host 14 guests in a configuration of 6 single beds and 4 double beds. Larger groups can also be accommodated in an adjacent room highlighting original military-style bunk-beds.

Daniel Charbonnier, co-founder of Minds in Motion, an international hospitality advisory and services company, has recently partnered with concept artists Frank and Patrik Riklin to transform the ‘Zero-Star Hotel’ into a worldwide business opportunity. The ‘Zero Star Hotel’ is an art installation, a Swiss nuclear bunker converted into an ‘eco-luxury’ hotel that can host 14 guests in a configuration of 6 single beds and 4 double beds. Larger groups can also be accommodated in an adjacent room highlighting original military-style bunk-beds.

Kayvan Farzaneh is an editorial researcher at Foreign Policy.
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