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The WURST room ever! SAUSAGE-themed hotel opens in southern Germany03:13

The WURST room ever! SAUSAGE-themed hotel opens in southern Germany

Germany, Rittersbach
February 2, 2019 at 21:19 GMT +00:00 · Published

A fourth-generation butcher from the southern German village of Rittersbach opened what he calls 'the world’s first' sausage-themed hotel, addressed not only to the carnivorous but also to culturally adventurous guests.

Footage from Saturday shows what this "wurst" is really made of.

Sausage-themed wallpaper covers the walls, ceilings and cabinets while small decorative bags that hang from the ceiling display the ingredients of a classic German sausage.

"Tourists from all over the world book a room here, because as a tourist the culinary specialties of the host country are always interesting," explained Bratwurst Hotel owner Claus Bobel.

Bobel said that "the guests are pleasantly surprised" when they see the likeness of the rooms to the online photos.

Despite the absence of any sort of vegetables in both the room decor and restaurant menu, Claus said that vegetarians are "welcome" to visit.

The WURST room ever! SAUSAGE-themed hotel opens in southern Germany03:13
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A fourth-generation butcher from the southern German village of Rittersbach opened what he calls 'the world’s first' sausage-themed hotel, addressed not only to the carnivorous but also to culturally adventurous guests.

Footage from Saturday shows what this "wurst" is really made of.

Sausage-themed wallpaper covers the walls, ceilings and cabinets while small decorative bags that hang from the ceiling display the ingredients of a classic German sausage.

"Tourists from all over the world book a room here, because as a tourist the culinary specialties of the host country are always interesting," explained Bratwurst Hotel owner Claus Bobel.

Bobel said that "the guests are pleasantly surprised" when they see the likeness of the rooms to the online photos.

Despite the absence of any sort of vegetables in both the room decor and restaurant menu, Claus said that vegetarians are "welcome" to visit.