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Worlds First Bouncy House Hotel


 

Known by the name of "hotel rehearsal", it is an architectural art installation by artist Alex Schweder that was created as part of the Biennial of Americas. At the price of $50,000 a night though it's not cheap. Basically what it is is a small bouncy room suspended 22 feet from a van so not only is it incredibly expensive but it also seems highly unsafe. 
 

Don't worry though! It comes with a whole host of extra stuff! The package created by Denver's Curtis Hotel includes:
  • One weekend night in "the hotel rehearsal" floating hotel room
  • Luxurious airport transport via limousine, stocked with cocktails and munchies
  • In-room amenities like 1960's scarves and bell bottoms
  • Tiffany diamond pendant and earring set
  • A set of Swarovski binoculars
  • an i-Pad Mini with StarGazer app
  • two i-pod Nanos with 60's music
  • A party for 100 of your closest friends at Lloyd's Studio 54 lounge
  • an afternoon with a private personal shopper
  • and a Disco brunch for two at the Corner Office Restaurant and Martini Bar




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Locations : Denver
People : Alex Schweder




 
07/26/2013 10:59AM
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