If you are a fan of unusual accommodation, wait till you see this crazy hotel room! Designed by Japanese artist Tazu Rous, this temporary private space situated 75 feet above the ground in Ghent, Belgium, was developed around the giant clock belonging to the local train station. Seen on technabob, the project is original to say the least. Since its inauguration, the hotel room got many strange, yet creative reviews- it was even associated with a torture chamber (although we don’t believe it still rings every hour). The designer explained that the tower hotel is a way of paying tribute to a city landmark, which the inhabitants of Ghent, as well as tourists from all over the world, can experience up close. Booking a stay in this intriguing giant clock room costs 105 Euros per night. Would you consider spending a night here?
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