While sipping a glass of chilled French wine, has it occurred to you what happens to the containers in which the wine is brewed, tanned and colored? Well, don’t strain too much over this, for the De Vrouwe van Stavoren Hotel in Netherlands has answered all the questions. A mixture of innovation, along with an instilled concern to make best possible use of residual containers, four wine casks were salvaged from Switzerland and mounted on trucks, finally being transported to Stavoren. If you are wondering why, just to build strong and sturdy rooms for residing visitors. All that comes to mind is, sheer ingenuity on the part of the architect who initiated this process and brought forth the idea.
Instead of being destroyed, the casks were transported from Switzerland to Holland on trucks, which of course was the first abominable task, but once achieved, the casks were converted into comfortable rooms, including a sitting room, an attached bath and all the modern amenities. Being an eco-friendly hotel, it would cater to the fancies of all green travelers.
Hotel De Vrouwe van Stavoren in Netherlands, constructed out of the salvaged casks, has modernized the rooms by providing all modern amenities to become an entertaining tourist attraction. Visitors from all over the world visit this exquisite piece of innovation, with prices ranging from 74-119 Euros a night, depending upon the season of visit.
Hotel De Vrouwe van Stavoren, a hotel made out of wine casks, solely for your comfort, provides rooms in all seasons for differing rates. Equipped with all the possible modern amenities, an attached bath and sitting room, this two-person bedroom provides you with a strong reason to brag about to your friends. Other than being creative, it also offers great deals and accommodation packages.