In the spirit of holiday dreaming, Switzerland Tourism is inviting travellers to sleep under the stars in some of the country’s most spectacular locations this summer, with the launch of the new Million Stars Hotel.
The concept features 50 new hotel ‘rooms’ scattered throughout the Swiss countryside, all offering uniquely private accommodation with unobstructed views of Switzerland’s finest landscapes and cityscapes.
Designed for two people, the accommodation options come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from bubble tents, tiny houses, exposed outdoor beds, tree tents and even some peculiar objects.
For instance, guests have the option to stay in a gondola cabin perched in the mountains, a garden beehive with views of Eiger’s north face, a penthouse terrace overlooking Lake Zurich, or open air beds with views stretching from the Matterhorn to Mont Blanc.
Each space has been specially selected by Switzerland Tourism based on their extraordinary characteristics and location, with 33 conveniently located along the Grand Tour of Switzerland – a scenic 1600km route through the country’s most beautiful regions.
“Forget about counting sheep,” says Martin Nydegger, CEO of Switzerland Tourism. “During the Swiss summers, people can now enjoy counting stars from the comfort of these cosy rooms instead. This is relaxation at its purest!”
The Million Stars Hotel project, not only allows travellers to escape the crowds but provides them with a truely unique base to explore the lesser-known areas of Switzerland.
Rates start from CHF80 (AUD $122) up to CHF800 (AUD $1233) per night for two people, including breakfast. Bookings for the Million Stars Hotel are available now until the end of October 2020.
However, if COVID-19 restrictions are stopping you from going this year, don’t worry because the Million Stars Hotel will also be open for bookings again in summer 2021.
Find out more: myswitzerland.com
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Feature image: Oberstockenalp mountain bubbles. Image: Supplied/Switzerland Tourism