Hut Palace: Refurbished Campers Are the Rooms Inside Berlin Budget Hotel

May 23, 2011· 0 MIN READ· COMMENTS
Salvatore Cardoni holds a political science degree from the George Washington University. He's written about all things environment since 2007.
Room service at the camper hotel. (Photo: Huttenpalast)

Remember when you were a kid and your parents let you and your siblings camp out in the living room?

A new budget hotel in Berlin, Germany takes this notion to the extreme.

At the Hut Palace, guests can sleep in campers located inside a former vacuum-cleaner factory, reports Inhabitat.

Huttenpalast (the hotel’s name in German) was conceived and constructed by local artists.

For 30 euros (roughly $42) per night, vacationers get a funky-cute room, as well as access to a café and a sunny interior courtyard.

This "room" at the Hut Palace comes with a curbside table for two. (Photo: Huttenpalast)

According to the hotel's website, the camping experience is meant to reflect "schrebergartengluck"—a German word used to describe "the joy of spending some time in a small garden plot in the middle of many other small garden plots."

This locale continues a recent run of odd vacation accommodations. See this Hobbit hostel. Or this jumbo jet hotel.

Book your stay at the Hut Palace here.

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