Guests 'Must Be Naked' at Germany's First Nudist Hotel
We're going to admit something to you dear readers. We hate pants. More often than not, if you ever walked in on us at home we would not be wearing pants. Ok, maybe that's an exaggeration as we are wearing pants at this moment. But whenever we can not wear pants, it's a good time.
However, we don't think we could ever bring ourselves to check into this nudist hotel, Hotel Rosengarten in Freudenstadt, Germany. From Spiegel Online:
Guests will be required to remove their clothes at the entrance and must be naked at all times while on the premises, according to the strict house rules that have already been posted on the Internet.
"We hope to open as soon as possible," Silvia Probsthain, a member of staff at the planned Hotel Rosengarten, told SPIEGEL ONLINE. "It will be the first comprehensively nudist hotel in Germany."
"Comprehensively nudist." Wow. Words fail us.
The hotel will also cater to the germaphobic nudists by insisting that guests place towels on chairs and loungers before using them. Also, just because you are nakey doesn't mean it's sexytime. "Sexual activity in commonly accessible rooms is strictly forbidden. People who break the rules will have to put their clothes on and leave." The shame! Having to put your clothes back on.
However, lest you strip down to your skivvies and start trekking to the hotel in Germany's Black Forest region, Hotel Rosengarten has not been finalized and it is still unclear if the hotel will actually open.
Until then, you will just have to er, twiddle your thumbs at the Terra Cotta Clothing Optional Inn in Palm Springs.