Where there is usually a balcony and a table with chairs, you will now see your car: in Dusseldorf, Germany, a hotel will be opened in autumn, where you can park your car straight into the room.
In 26 of the so-called"CarLoft"rooms of the new b'mine hotel, guests will be picked up by special lifts and will be parked directly in the lobby in front of the room. While the guest is lying on the couch or watching TV on the armchair, he can take a look at his car.
The 202-room hotel, worth 32 million euros, currently being built, has already attracted the attention of customers. These are mostly employees of companies who attend exhibitions and other events.
The idea of such a hotel comes from the sphere of private construction where such projects have long been. The room costs 150 euros.
The second"b'mine"hotel with 40"CarLoft"rooms is planned to be built in Frankfurt and will open in 2020.