A hotel that can go anywhere – and looks good together. These transport container spaces were designed by French designer Ora Ito and were built by AccorHotels. They are fully independent and are intended for relocation throughout the world. Each room has a living room, bedroom, bathroom and private terrace. A connected terrace connects guests with the entire hotel. There is a common living room for eating, mixing and exploring the landscapes available in the area today.
The previous location included planting a few meters from the runway during a 24 hour endurance race at Le Mans. The Flying Nest was then made with several other stations along the way during the annual Le Rencontres d’Arles summer photography festival. This hotel is already where it will live all winter, in the Avoriaz ski area in France. The hotel is 6,000 feet away and guests only need to get up and take the elevator to ride the slopes all day. If you want to see it, go to France. The horse-drawn carriage takes you to the hotel because there is no way to this destination.