A Hotel Made From Key Cards

Posted By Ben Goulding, 18 September, 2009 | permalink

Hotel Of Cards

If you’ve somehow amassed 200,000 plastic key cards, what would you do? Well one bright spark had the genius idea of building a hotel with them.

Holiday Inn’s Key Card Hotel, which opened yesterday in New York, includes a guest bedroom, bathroom and lobby, all fully equipped with life-sized furniture all made out of, yes, well, you get the point.

The 400 sq ft, two-ton construction in Manhattan , which will be in business until September 21, was built by world record-holding ‘card-stacker’ Bryan Berg.

He said: ‘This is my largest card-stacking challenge to date and the only card creation I have ever made at full human scale.’


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Blaine Bullman September 21, 2009

That’s really interesting and funny for a while but wouldn’t they imagine that after a while it would grow old. It’s a novelty and unique but it wouldn’t ake me go there but i is interesting to see.

Ben Goulding September 22, 2009

You’d expect so Blaine. Nice to see, but after that I suppose repeat business is virtually zero. Legoland is good enough for me!

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