Imagine a place where the rooms choose you instead of the other way around. Well, Blow Up Hall 5050 in Poznań,Poland is the brainchild of electronic artist Rafael Lozano Hemmer and staying there means you become part of his art show. It begins when you book a room on its website. You pick colours, pictures and numbers, and the personality that your choices reveal determines your room – including zebra stripes and all-white schemes. Throughout the hotel, there are interactive touch screens and, thanks to the hidden cameras, your image contributes to a real-time video collage in the reception area.
Luxurious and innovative, 5-star hotel Blow Up Hall is a new hotel conception as a hotel with no reception, room numbers and keys. Guest will receive iPhone, that opens the door to proper room and is used as a virtual concierge. The iphone is a work of art itself and can be also used outside to help you plan your stay in Poznań. Blow Up Hall is located in the center of Poznań in a renovated historic building, the old brewery. The hotel combines luxury and modern technology, where visitors not only have an incredible artistic experiences but also will actively participate in creating art.
This hotel has 22 luxurious rooms with unique, contemporary decor. Bright color modern design, inovative decorations will make you find not only relaxation but also artistic experience.
In the Blow Up Hall Restaurant guests will admire modern artistic solutions and decorative lighting. Artistic and modern way of serving dishes makes it not only tastes delicious but are also delightful to your eye. Creative chef recommends appetizers, hot dishes and desserts are prepared according to the innovative recipes of Polish cuisine.
The hotel’s bar (picture on the left) is located in the old kiln Old Brewery. Guests will find here a wide selection of drinks, cocktails and soft drinks. The enthusiasts of cigars will find something for themselves. Cozy interior, modern lighting and styling will make you enjoy atmosphere of artistic luxury.
Did anyone of you stayed at this hotel? I’m really curious what guests think about it…
Do następnego razu… (Till next time…)