This unique rental space aptly named 'Hotel No Hotel' uses reclaimed materials to produce truly distinctive rooms and decor. Traces of traditional hotel decor are no where to be found here.
The Hotel No Hotel has its own interior designer who made sure that each room, restaurant and hallway has its own unique character. Hotel No Hotel consists of 15 rooms that vary from slightly weird to extremely wild. Many of the rooms are hidden behind bookshelves making one's vacation experience a scavenger hunt of sorts. One of the rooms uses an old tram cart which has been retrofitted into a micro bedroom. All the rooms vary in size, most of which are on the smaller side.
Moreover, the Hotel No Hotel's restaurant is oddly named 'Kevin Bacon,' a strange homage to the American actor.
Each of the Rooms at the 'Hotel No Hotel' are Different Than the Next
1. Reclaimed Materials - Exploring the use of reclaimed materials in hotel design creates an opportunity for eco-friendly and unique experiences.
2. Individualized Rooms - Providing each room with its own unique character allows for a personalized and memorable guest experience.
3. Hidden Spaces - Creating hidden rooms and incorporating them into the hotel design adds an element of adventure and novelty for guests.
1. Hospitality - The hospitality industry can adopt the concept of using reclaimed materials and individualized rooms to enhance the guest experience and differentiate themselves in the market.
2. Interior Design - The interior design industry can explore the use of reclaimed materials and hidden spaces to create unique and innovative spaces for hotels and other establishments.
3. Tourism - Incorporating hidden spaces and personalized experiences in hotels can attract tourists looking for unconventional and memorable accommodations.