There are plenty of weird and quirky places to stay in around the world, but a hotel shaped like a bum hole is definitely high on the list.
No, visitors aren’t the butt of some weird joke; this is very much a real hotel room where you can spend the night.
Aptly named CasAnus , the building is shaped like the human digestive system and has transformed the colon portion of the structure to become a fully functioning room, with basic amenities for a comfortable stay.
There’s a double bed, a table, a shower, toilet, along more factors such as lighting, running water and electric heating.
Located in the Verbeke Foundation Art Park near Antwerp, Belgium, in a secluded field, the polyester structure was initially artwork by Dutch designer Joep van Lieshout.
It’s a giant replica of the digestive system, and it’s pretty detailed, while interiors are white and fairly minimalistic.
Meanwhile, there are large windows offering up views of the surrounding field and countryside – think of it as a very unusual glamping experience.
You can actually pay to spend the night there, and it’s not necessarily a bum deal.
Prices start from €120 (approximately £104 per night) based on two people sharing the room.
The rate also includes your breakfast as well as access to the Verbeke Foundation museum where you can check out more eye-catching artwork.
If this does seem like your thing, you can book the room by emailing [email protected]