The hotel has a bed on the border of the two countries

Arbez Hotel is located between France and Switzerland, providing a pleasant experience for the residents here, especially newlyweds. They may share the same bed but in 2 countries.

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Arbez hotel
The hotel is an important factor for your travel. Many will choose accommodation based on class facilities. Others prefer affordable places. Travelers who want to experience sleeping in the two countries can go to the Arbez hotel in La Cure village. Photo: Twitter.
Arbez hotel
This hotel is located on both France and Switzerland. The line separating the two countries' territories runs through the lobby, dining room, kitchen, souvenir shop and many other hotel rooms. Photo: Frontesa Blog.
Arbez hotel
Arbez hotel
Arbez is considered a great place for honeymoon couples. The border runs through a bed in a room reserved for newlyweds. Therefore, when sleeping in bed, the wife can stay in Switzerland and the husband is in France (or vice versa). Photo: Abrezie Franco.
Arbez hotel
This hotel also has a room that is located almost on the French side, except for the Swiss bathroom. "You don't need to show your passport if you wake up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. This hotel is great," commented humorously by CNN the traveler. Photo: Uniq Hotels.
Arbez hotel
Arbez hotel
Arbez Hotel used to be a combination of grocery store and bar. Cure Village used to belong entirely to France. After the boundary was redivided, the village lay on the territory of both nations. In order to facilitate the sale of wine, cigarettes, chocolate, entrepreneur M. Ponthus built a bar and a grocery store before the demarcation took effect in 1862. By 1921, Jules-Jean Arbeze buys a building from Ponthus heirs when they have financial problems. Photo: Amusing Planet.
Arbez hotel
Guests also choose Arbez as a stop for skiing. Climbers who want to conquer the Alps still rest here. Arbez has two restaurants with different styles to choose from. French restaurant specializing in elegant, quite expensive dishes. Swiss restaurant offers softer prices. You can choose to try both sides for an enjoyable experience. Photo: Mont Blanc.
Arbez hotel
During World War II, Nazi Germany occupied France and Switzerland was neutral. Therefore, German soldiers can only enter French places in the Arbez hotel, not allowed to enter areas of Swiss territory. If German soldiers want to climb to the upper floors, they have to take the stairs. However, the stairs belong to Swiss territory. Taking advantage of the situation, the French resistance forces took refuge and hid the refugees in the upper floors. Photo: Frontesa Blog.

The hotel has a bed on the border of the two countries The hotel has a bed on the border of the two countries Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 11, 2019 Rating: 5

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