Confounded drivers attempt to schedule a night’s stay at the bizarre fake hotel that is located next to an Australian highway in one of its nonexistent rooms.
A piece of artwork, this fake hotel
The Hotel EastLink is an artwork that is intended to resemble a hotel and is situated next to a highway on the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia.
The Canadian artist Callum Morton created the large-scale model of a high-rise hotel, which was revealed in 2007 and cost £655,000 (1.2 million AUD) to construct.
Many drivers who have passed it have been perplexed, and some have even tried to make reservations at the model hotel even though it is closed and has no accommodations.
You’d be surprised by the amount of inquiries we receive from people seeking information on room rates, availability, and parking, according to the Hotel EastLink fan website.
He continues by stating that the building is “basically a giant folly,” or an ornamental construction.
It has a steel and concrete structural structure, glass panels, and measurements of 39 feet (12 meters) long, 66 feet (20 meters) high, and 16 feet (five meters) wide. When night comes, some of the windows light up, giving the hotel a spooky glow.
In Melbourne’s Dandenong neighborhood, it is accessible from the southbound carriageway of the privately run EastLink toll road.