Melbourne, Sep 18 (ANI): A Holiday Inn hotel made entirely of key cards has been unveiled in New York.
The 37-square-metre hotel, built by world record-holding Cardstacker Bryan Berg, is made from more than 200,000 key cards and weighs 1814 kilograms.
It includes a guest bedroom, bathroom and lobby, with life-sized furniture.
The design was created by Holiday Inn, the world's largest hotel group, to mark the relaunch of 1200 of its hotels around the world.
"The Key Card Hotel is a fun and interactive way to showcase the changes happening at our hotels and is the only structure of its kind to ever be created by a hotel brand," News.com.au quoted Kevin Kowalski, Senior Vice President, Global Brand Management, Holiday Inn, as saying.
Berg, who will also build a freestanding three-metre replica of New York's Empire State Building in the lobby of the Key Card Hotel using Holiday Inn playing cards, said constructing the hotel has been a great challenge.
"This is my largest cardstacking challenge to date and the only card creation I have ever made at full human scale," Berg added about the hotel.
The first 250 guests who attended the Key Card Hotel grand opening received a free night stay at any Holiday Inn.
The company's 1 billion dollar relaunch is one of the largest in the history of the hospitality industry. (ANI)