The $170 Million Fortress Hotel That Keeps The Davos Billionaires ‘Super Safe’ (Video)

A $170 million fortress surrounded by barbed wire, security cameras, motion sensor and even its own helipad.


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Jan. 22 (Bloomberg) — For the rich and powerful descending on Davos this week, only the most luxurious and secure hotels will do. Enter: the just-opened InterContinental. The only hotel in town with its own helipad — there’s no getting in, unless you’re invited. Lucky for Bloomberg’s Hans Nichols, he was. (Source: Bloomberg)

1 thought on “The $170 Million Fortress Hotel That Keeps The Davos Billionaires ‘Super Safe’ (Video)

  1. All I can say is that such a fence can lock people inside as well as protect them from the outside. They better be careful, what goes around, comes around. What fools.

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