New and existing hotels are continually reinventing themselves. Through technology and innovation, they hope to be the place travellers choose when they go on holiday. And this is what a Turkish architectural company Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio plans to do should they get approved with a new hotel concept.
The proposed hotel built on a Norwegian cliff will afford dramatic views of the ocean.
Hayri has chosen Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), a popular tourist attraction, for the hotel. The cliff rises 604 metres above the Lysefjorden and is a famed hiking spot.
Judging the artist impression images, the unnamed hotel will have three floors for accommodation, a viewing platform on the top level and the one of a kind pool on the last level.
And, while this could potentially become a top destination in the future, the hotel will only have nine rooms, meaning that travellers can enjoy peace and tranquillity.
There will also be a lobby and restaurant on the property.
In a recent interview with INSIDER, architect Hayri Atak said he had always been fascinated by Pulpit Rock.
Lounging around the pool will be a very different experience at this hotel. Picture: Hayri Atak.
He was mesmerised at the location when his friend sent him an image of the rock when she visited Norway.
He told the website: “Even though I wasn’t there, I experienced the adrenaline of being on the edge. Then I dreamed of living on and beyond the edge. Simply, I just wanted to carry this experience beyond the edge.”