Pop-up inflatable hotel room floating around Denver costs $50K per night

Created by Alex Schweder for the Curtis Hotel

DENVER - It’s the world’s first bouncy house hotel room. It’s suspended in the air. It’s an art installation. Oh, and it costs $50,000 per night.

Besides being suspended 22 feet in the air, the “hotel rehearsal” as it’s called, is an inflatable hotel room that features a bed, a couch and a small bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet.

The “hotel rehearsal,” is an architectural art installation by artist Alex Schweder that was created as part of the Biennial of Americas. It will be moving around downtown Denver now through Aug. 23.

At 50k per night,  you may be better off buying a bouncy castle and spending the weekend in your backyard. And while a stay in the world’s first bouncy house hotel room isn’t cheap, it does come with a whole host of extras.

The package, created by Denver’s Curtis Hotel to showcase its temporary “Stargazer Floor” is called the Lloyd in the Sky with Diamonds package (think: the Beatles’ “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” with hotel spokesrobot Lloyd thrown in). It includes:

-- One weekend night in “the hotel rehearsal” floating hotel room
-- Luxurious airport transportation via limousine, stocked with cocktails and munchies
-- Be greeted at your floating hotel room by Sonny & Cher impersonators
-- Groovy in-room amenities like 1960s scarves and bell bottoms
-- Tiffany diamond pendant and earring set
-- A set of Swarovski binoculars
-- An i-Pad Mini loaded with the StarGazer app
-- Two iPod Nanos pre-loaded with Lloyd’s favorite ’60s tunes. The iPods are yours to take home
-- A party for 100 of your closest friends at Lloyd’s Studio 54 lounge in the Curtis Four Square Ballroom with food, drinks and a hookah bar
-- An afternoon with a private, personal shopper to help you find the perfect party ensemble
-- Disco brunch for two at the Corner Office Restaurant & Martini Bar, including bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys.