The Switzerland hotel chain Le Bijou, which was already set up so guests could avoid human contact, has launched a coronavirus-theme package with options for doctor visits and food delivery.
Its co-founder and chief executive Alexander Hübner told Insider that it didn't take much to launch "COVID-19 Service." Hübner describes Le Bijou’s 42 units as "luxury Airbnbs". The units have full-service kitchens and amenities like saunas, Jacuzzis, fireplaces, and gyms.
Besides cleaners, the units all operate without any staff, including check-in. Hübner added that guests have a private app and remote 24-hour concierge that they can use to order meals, personal chefs, groceries, massages, cabs, and more — though, of course, some of the offerings have changed in light of the pandemic.
A two-week stay here can cost anywhere between $6,000 and $77,500, should guests opt for the 24/7 nurse service available for $5,000 a day, and a coronavirus test for $800.
More info: https://www.insider.com/le-bijou-hotel-switzerland-luxury-coronavirus-covid-19-package-2020-3