Enjoy The View At This Suspended Cliffside Hotel In Norway

Jul 29, 2019

Category: Living

Towering an incredible close to 2,000 feet over Lysefjord, Preikestolen is one of Norway’s most popular attractions. Visitors from all across the globe travel to Norway to hike up Preikestelon, as the plateau of the attraction rewards you with mesmerizing views of Lysefjord. The idea of the Cliff Concept Boutique Hotel by Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio is to give tourists a place to stay, so they can enjoy the massive ridge.

Suspended over a cliff, the concept for this hotel design is a thrill-seeker’s dream. One of the main draws of the proposed hotel is the spacious viewing platform, sitting on top of three visitor quarters. There is a balcony for breathtaking views at each level, allowing you to capture the beautiful surrounding landscape with your DSLR camera. The lowest level features a long, slender swimming pool that protrudes out from the cliff, as well as a viewing deck. And from the looks of it, you can test your confidence by swimming toward the end of the pool to look straight down through the glass structure. There’s no word yet on whether or not this concept will get the green light.

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