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Car Like Hotels For A Perfect Holiday

By Suparna Chakaraborthy

Business men try different ideas to attract customers to their products or services. One such brilliant idea has taken birth in a hotel in Germany. They attract car lovers to stay in their hotel by offering them rooms which look like luxury cars.

The V8 Hotel at Stuttgart"s Meilenwerk, has come up with the idea of providing their customers with rooms and beds made like vehicles in every model and size. Stuttgart"s Meilenwerk, is a German international hub for car dealers.

The visitors selection to spend their stay ranges from cars like a Morris Minor to a Mercedes. This brilliant idea will soon uplift Germany as a good holiday destination.

V8 Hotel provides couple, family, business men etc a wonderful stay. “Everybody wants to stay here when they come to the Meilenwerk," Heike Petzold, an employee, said.

He also added, “It"s really amazing because even people who live in the area come here to stay for a night in the themed rooms. It attracts everyone of all ages, from children to old age pensioners and of course businessmen during the week and families too."

This amazing car – like stay costs around 312 pounds a night. Visitors can spend their night in the 120sq/m Zeppelin Suite, with a sauna, terrace and landscape views. Those car lovers will for sure opt for v8 hotel as their best holiday destination.

“All kinds of people come here, so it"s not just for car enthusiasts, but of course there are those that are interested in car history and the automobile industry"s connections to the region too." Petzold said.

This four star hotel has 34 rooms and the car theme is from the reception to the restaurant. The interesting fact about the car – containing rooms of this hotel is that it has a 70"s Cadillac drive-in cinema, a Mercedes Benz car wash, and a Morris Minor garage.

Petzold insisted that this hotel is a favourite spot for celebrities too. “We"ve even had a few celebrity guests, but I can"t say who they are as I"m not allowed," he added.
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Story first published: Wednesday, August 18, 2010, 15:03 [IST]
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