Grand Hotel Campo Dei Friori
Looking like a mix of the Grand Budapest Hotel and the Overlook Hotel, is this abandoned place in the Alps. This luxury resort was built in 1910, and required a steep ride up a metal funicular railroad. But it was worth it for the view and Art Nouveau architecture.
The hotel thrived through the first and second world wars, but after that, tourism declined. It finally closed in 1968. Since then, there have been attempts to reopen it, but so far only the caretakers live up there. The previous owners have had to sell the real estate on the roof to large antenna to afford the upkeep, but it’s not enough.