In Brief

A miniature boutique lodging is meant to raise awareness for the honey-producing creatures

Taylors Tea have created a charming miniature space for bees in a Grand Budapest style hotel to highlight the importance of these fuzzy, buzzing insects. Pollution, habitat changes and pesticides have led to a large decline in the bee population of Britain in the past few years, and this quirky luxury bee hotel is meant to encourage people to make their own, humbler versions.

The hotel comes complete with a peppermint leaf gym and pool, a restaurant serving rose, lemonade and pollen, a lemongrass ginger nectar bar and even a dance floor. Simple bee hotels are easy to build, and are an easy way to attract more bees into urban areas.

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