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Would you stay at this dramatic glass hotel perched in a crack on the edge of an Alpine?

If you’re someone who enjoys staying at unusual places, enjoys dramatic views and doesn’t have a fear of heights, this daring glass hotel may be somewhere you’d like to stay in the future.

This incredible concept design for a hotel in the side of an Alpine mountain is the brainchild of Dubai-based Andrii Rozhko. Image: Andrii Rozho
This incredible concept design for a hotel in the side of an Alpine mountain is the brainchild of Dubai-based Andrii Rozhko. Image: Andrii Rozho

Designer Andrii Rozhko has come up with the concept for this hotel, named Hotel in Alps, which would be carved into a natural crack in the side of an Alpine mountain.

This incredible concept design for a hotel in the side of an Alpine mountain is the brainchild of Dubai-based Andrii Rozhko. Image: Andrii Rozho
This incredible concept design for a hotel in the side of an Alpine mountain is the brainchild of Dubai-based Andrii Rozhko. Image: Andrii Rozho

It has been designed in his personal signature, which blends a modern minimalist aesthetic into natural environments.

This incredible concept design for a hotel in the side of an Alpine mountain is the brainchild of Dubai-based Andrii Rozhko. Image: Andrii Rozho
This incredible concept design for a hotel in the side of an Alpine mountain is the brainchild of Dubai-based Andrii Rozhko. Image: Andrii Rozho

The glass hotel also has a helipad on top, so if celebs like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West fancy staying there, they can easily jet almost to the door. There would be different private floors inside, connected with an elevator.

This incredible concept design for a hotel in the side of an Alpine mountain is the brainchild of Dubai-based Andrii Rozhko. Image: Andrii Rozho
This incredible concept design for a hotel in the side of an Alpine mountain is the brainchild of Dubai-based Andrii Rozhko. Image: Andrii Rozho

While no actual site has been chosen for the project yet, Dubai-based Andrii says that the design has been inspired by the topography of the Alps.