This hotel wants your bare selfies
Warning: Nudity. Take a demeanour during a The Art Series Hotel Group’s newest ad compelling a “No Robe” package, that invites guest to “sleep over and strike a pose”.
Getting a good selfie is one of a ultimate quests of today’s travellers.
Now Australia’s Art Series hotels are removing in on a act, transforming a common holiday selfie into an art form.
The hotel group’s latest impertinent debate urges guest to embankment their robes and strike a poise with a new “No Robe” package.
In gripping with a hotel’s art focus, guest have a event to have their bare selfies remade into an artistic masterpiece.
Guests get to spend time with a camera in a remoteness of their hotel room, before a group of artists reworks a picture into a work of art.
“Art Series Hotels are ardent about ancillary a humanities and delivering singular art desirous practice for a guest and welcoming them with their creativity,” says Art Series Hotels CEO Will Deague.
“The No Robe debate positively goes behind to a story of a bare form in art and self-expression.
“Lets face it, as prolonged as people have been around, so has nudity. At Art Series we don’t buy into a ‘Nude is Rude’ stay of thinking.
“We wish to inspire a guest to brave to be opposite and confidant — to applaud their individuality and feel released in their possess skin.
“It’s about stripping divided hang-ups and be giveaway — bare or not!”
The Art Series Hotel Group has done a name for a quirky offers, carrying formerly offering guest a possibility to stay for giveaway as prolonged as no one else had requisitioned their room.
Will Deague, CEO of Art Series Hotels, said: “Art Series Hotels are ardent about ancillary a humanities and delivering singular art desirous practice for a guest and welcoming them with their creativity. The No Robe debate positively goes behind to a story of a bare form in art and self-expression.”
The No Robe package will be accessible during Australia’s 7 Art Series Hotels in Melbourne, Bendigo, Adelaide and Brisbane from May 1 to Jun 15, starting from $229 per night.
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