Sleep in two places at once

Originally published on news.com.au

IF YOU’VE ever wanted to be in two places at once, here’s your chance.

Arbez Hotel is a charming chalet that’s split in half by the French/Swiss border — meaning it has two addresses, two postcodes, and two nationalities.

In some beds, your head will be in one country and your feet in another.

In some beds, your head will be in one country and your feet in another.Source:Supplied

While that must be a nightmare for paperwork, it’s an incredible tourist gimmick, because in some beds you can lie with your head in one country and your feet in another.

The two-star accommodation was built in 1862, right before France and Switzerland signed a treaty to modify their shared border. Originally, there was a bar on the French side and a shop in Switzerland, but it was turned into a hotel in 1921.

The family-run establishment has a colourful history, hosting everyone from refugees fleeing German soldiers in World War II, to modern-day cross-country skiers.

It’s located in the town of La Cure, about 45 minutes’ drive north of Geneva.

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