Would you stay in the hotel that hangs 1,982 feet over a cliff? If you like this kind of adventure than this yet-to-be-built Norwegian hotel is the right place for you.
An incredible hotel built into the side of the famous Preikestolen cliff in Ryfylke, Norway, has been proposed by a Turkish architectural company. Consisting of just nine guest rooms and a lounge, the proposed hotel would offer a thrill-seeking stay unlike any other, with each room looking out into the abyss.
Its most striking feature definitely is the insane glass-bottom pool jutting out from the cliff nearly 2,000 feet above the fjord below.
The architect, Hayri Atak of Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio, told he “experienced the adrenaline of being on the edge” of the cliff just by looking at a photo of it.
The entrance to the hotel would be located on the roof–which doubles as a viewing deck–and the interior of the hotel would presumably be carved out of the rock below.
If you’re ready to start your adventure at this site, be patient, the hotel is very much in the early stages of planning.