March 23th, 2018 – If you’re an art lover, a wine lover and a lover of anatomical buttholes then you’ll definitely want to book a night’s stay at CasAnus Hotel in Stekene, Belgium. The hotel is located in the Verbeke Foundation Sculpture Park, a sprawling arts park which hosts over 20,000 visitors each year. Created by Dutch artist Joep Van Lieshou, CasAnus is a giant walk-through sculpture of the human intestine complete with massive bulging veins on the red textured exterior of the anus.
On March 16th, it’s included in the Vini Ad Arte Romagan – “When Wine Meets Art Festival,” so that means add “Wine Bar” to this butthole’s amenities.
Alice Bown, the event’s spokesperson, shared her thoughts on turning a traditional wine tasting on its head.
Points for originality. We doubt many wine aficionados can tout that they’ve sampled a rare Cabernet while admiring the interior of an asshole.
Part experimental art piece part oddity, the interior of CasAnus actually looks like a futuristic space hotel or an ice cave on the Star Wars planet of Hoth. Its stark white textured interior includes a double bed, shower, dining area and central heat all for the price of 120 Euros per night. And not to worry – breakfast is included, which may or may not help you forget you’ve slept inside a giant anus.
Would you bed down in an artistic interpretation of human anatomy? Funny or Offensive? Vote and comment now…