It looks more like a film set than a hotel.
But this open-air Swiss attraction has hundreds of people queuing up to stay, despite it having no ceiling, walls, toilet or indeed any facilities at all.
Perched atop the Gobsi mountain in the Swiss Alps, The Null Stern hotel costs 237 pounds per night and is solely a double bed, with a nightstand and lamps, entirely open to the elements.
The nearest public loo is 10 minutes away. Reservations can be cancelled at short notice due to bad weather.
However, guests are able to be immersed in nature at 3,900 feet above sea level at the top of the mountain.
What is more, they will have a butler on hand to welcome them and serve them a salami sandwich and coffee in the morning.