If you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to feel homeless, look no further. A hotel in Austria rents out used sewer pipes as rooms to customers in a public park. If you think you have the stomach for it, pinch your nose and check out the slideshow below.
It’s just like camping…except you’re in a sewer pipe
Feeling cozy yet?The rooms at the "dasparkhotel" are constructed from used concrete sewer pipes and can be booked anonymously over the internet (because nobody would want to be seen here, amirite?). The hotel is open from May 1 till October 1. Reuters
How about now?You'll notice your room comes fully-equipped with a hole for a window (the odd raccoon might try to climb in — they're feisty!), a wooden block to sleep on and some great cave-man art. Reuters
Accommodations?Washrooms are a 5-minute walk downhill. And if you need a drink, there's a public water fountain nearby to quench thirst. If you really want to get adventurous though, the Danube River is loosely considered the hotel pool.Reuters
Feel safe in your sewer pipeWhen a room is booked online, the guest receives an access code to punch into the keypad seen above. Seems a little excessive, when you consider who would want to break into these things in the first place. Reuters
Room ratesThe best part? Pay whatever you want. Shockingly, dasparkhotel has been lucrative enough for the company to open a second location in Germany. Reuters