European hotel lets you park your car on room balcony

And don't worry it doesn't have to be a supercar.

Published on Oct 12, 2023 at 5:12PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Oct 12, 2023 at 8:27PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
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This German hotel allows you flex your supercar in the craziest possible way.

Now, if you truly love your car, you can sleep next to it.

Literally, that is.

READ MORE: Inside the most expensive hotel room in the world

A stone’s throw from the terminal(s) at Frankfurt Airport, the b’Mine Hotel has something called the ‘CarLoft‘ suite.

What makes it special is you can walk to the room on foot, or you can drive your supercar into the room and literally park it next to your bed.

After checking in, all you have to do is to go back to your car, drive around the back of the hotel and use a special pass they give you to use car lifts that will take you and your car directly up to your suite.

At that point, all you have to do is engage ‘Drive’, drive out of the lift and onto the balcony of your suite.

Car influencer Seenthroughglass gave it a go with his Porsche 911.

Not only does he show how cool it is, he says the room is actually cheaper than you think.

It ‘only’ costs €250 – equivalent to around $260.

Even though this type of room certainly lends itself well to people who want to ‘flex’ their expensive vehicle, it can obviously be booked and used by anyone.

Speaking of which, the German hotel says you can charge your EV on the balcony if need be.

In a sense, this is probably a way to democratize this new wave of crazy rich people who hoist their cars into their multimillion-dollar penthouses.

A billionaire in China did this with his $350k Rolls-Royce.

And more recently, Australian businessman Adrian Portelli did the same thing with a super rare McLaren Senna.

In order to make it even more interior design-friendly, he had it painted gold to make it match the color of the room.

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