TravelPost had an interesting spot earlier this month on the 32-room Rosengarten in the Black Forest region. It will soon become Germany's first nude hotel, "catering solely to those willing to shed clothing for the duration of their stay…"
The project from entrepreneur Frider Haferkorn is designed to attract the growing European population of naturists, those who believe mingling in the buff is, well, just plain better. Going farther than merely clothing-optional, the hotel plans to require guests to remain naked while they are in the hotel and on the grounds.
You will evidently also have to promise not to take anyone's picture without their permission (though cameras aren't completely banned) and to "assert allegiance to the nudist movement."
The leading activity for nudists in the area? Hiking (I kid you not) in Germany's Black Forest…