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You Can Now Spend A Romantic Night At This Hotel That's Shaped Like A Butthole

You Can Now Spend A Romantic Night At This Hotel That's Shaped Like A Butthole

This unusual but innovative hotel that is shaped like a human anus is located in the Verbeke Foundation Art Park close to Antwerp in Belgium.

Have you ever fancied doing something wild and crazy with your spouse or significant other, but never quite got around to finding the most bizarre thing out there? Well, this neat little hotel in Belgium might just be able to top your list of 'wildest things to do with bae'—if you even have such a thing. 

Now what's so special about the hotel you may ask? Well for starters, it looks like a human anus connected to a colon. That's right, try spending a night at the CasAnus hotel. It's surely an experience that you can't miss out on.



 



 

 

Designed by Dutch artist Joep Van Lieshout, the CasAnus hotel is a gigantic polyester sculpture that is shaped in the form of a human colon. This unusual but innovative and cool hotel that is shaped like a human anus is located in the Verbeke Foundation Art Park close to Antwerp in Belgium. 

The hotel is very clean and well maintained.  The raw natural shapes and colors stand in sharp contrast to the pristine white interior of the construction. There are no fragments of half-digested stuff inside the hotel room, it is maintained very well and always kept clean. the interior is actually quite calming with all white walls that are textured like the colon.



 

 



 

While Antwerp might be a flight away for most people, this does seem like one of those trips you make just for the heck of it. It is a hotel room and a work of art so if you think about it, you're technically living inside art (and not just in an asshole). Yeah, this is definitely one for the wild and ebullient ones. 



 

 



 

Now then, how about a grand tour of the interiors? The rooms are designed for couples and contain a double bed, a table, a shower, and a toilet. CasAnus is also equipped with lighting, running water and electric heating. Along with the calming white walls, there are plenty of windows to let the light and fresh air inside. The room does not smell like an asshole either, the air is usually cleaned out with air fresheners. 



 

 



 

Looking at the logistics, we find it to be fairly standard.  One night in Joep Van Lieshout’s installation costs €120 (around $140) for two people. Breakfast and a visit to the Verbeke Foundation museum where you can view other interesting works of art (and most of them are not related to any other body parts) are included in the price. Couples are asked to make their reservations at least a week in advance via email:  [email protected]



 

 



 

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