We're talking about a hotel on top of a crane, though, so it's not like anyone expects the décor to be staid.
Room costs are no picnic at $583 per night -- though there is the opportunity to have a picnic on a special, elevated area at the top, delivered via internal lift. There’s also a $37 champagne breakfast, and, oddly, a fully equipped television studio/event space for rent at 45ft.
But really, it's about hot-tubbing on top of a crane because... who do you know who's ever done that?
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Sophie-Claire Hoeller is Thrillist's über-efficient German associate travel editor, and has had frequent flyer status since she was born in a Lufthansa terminal. Follow her @Sohostyle