Das Park Hotel


Welcome to Das Park Hotel in Linz, Austria. This unique hotel has transformed standard concrete sewer pipes into hotel rooms, simply by giving them a back wall and large front door, and drilling a window in the side for a little bit of natural light. Throw in a lamp, a bed, and some sleeping bags and you’ve got what looks like one of the most original hotel ideas.


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  1. Chris Mulholland - August 19, 2009

    Interesting but not doesn’t seem fully realized. I cant see what is to the left of the door but I have to hope they provided for ventilation. I would have put a drawer under the bed and made the standing area flat. Also shelving/cubby hole to the left of the bed rather than just a flat shelf. The end wall really should have been where the window is, at least in addition to the single circular one high up. Does that open? I think this would feel like a tomb when you close the door. It would be cool if they made the shower/toilet areas the same tubes set upright to continue the theme, a toilet inside and shower heads along the outside. I dont understand why cities don’t provide these for the homeless/displaced populations. With simple balconies you could stack them as well. But i guess we are supposed to deny the issue. You could also spray the exterior with foam insulation to weather proof and insulate without detratcing from its tube-ness.

  2. kfc - September 29, 2009

    This, and the wine barrel hotel rooms, would make for amazing backyard playhouses, or on the school playground.

  3. Bloggirl - December 31, 2009

    They must expand upon this idea [=

  4. Baguette - January 2, 2010

    mmmmm… Wonder if you could roll your ‘room’ away from the noisy neighbours!

  5. Javier Rivera - January 3, 2010

    KFC: These existed in my grade school. They were part of the playground. I found them much fun. there were two.

    Love it idea wise but the space could be so much more.

  6. Ruben Serrano - February 27, 2010

    I really think dis is cool, and unique. even tho i didnt really like da idea of searching for hotels. Its aquard becuz dis is a project that i have to pressent to ma class tomorro at Monroe College. lol

  7. Jeanne Erica - September 18, 2010

    wonderful idea but where is the bathroom?

  8. STraveller - December 17, 2010


    I saw this special “hotel” a long time ago in a report and now again. Does it still exist? Or was it only a special place for the “Kulturhauptstadt” project?

    Would be great if I can still visit it. Now it’s a little bit to cold and I am on travelling…but perhaps in summer?

  9. dp|ia Innenarchitektur | Lichtplanung via Facebook - August 29, 2011

    hoffentlich! habe dort einmal eine sehr schöne Nacht verbracht.

  10. Dawn McElroy via Facebook - August 29, 2011

    these would be a great idea for renting out at festivals! Im off to buy some sewer pipes! haha!

  11. Kathrin Obernhumer via Facebook - August 29, 2011

    Yes it does! In Ottensheim (near Linz) they are placed right on the Danube riverside. :)

  12. Savannah Mann via Facebook - August 29, 2011

    looks like there is even two now ?! what a great idea … http://www.dasparkhotel.net/

  13. Dave Loeper - July 15, 2012

    Dave what would you do with this one

  14. Legoche Di Gregorio - October 16, 2013

    viendo esto me acorde de una creencia poco seria de los argentinos http://etimologias.dechile.net/?atorrante

  15. Anja Ohnesinn - July 3, 2014

    Oh Gosh… and than you roll away at midnight.

  16. Nora Leschinski - July 3, 2014

    ein bisschen wie diogenes in der tonne…

  17. Jan Den Hollander - July 3, 2014

    Wow idea with a bit inmagination you build a shed garage coop or cheap stable

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