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A capsule hotel (Japanese: カプセルホテル, romanized: kapuseru hoteru), also known as a pod hotel, is a type of hotel developed in Japan that features a large number of small bed-sized rooms known as capsules. Capsule hotels provide cheap, basic overnight accommodation for guests who do not require or who cannot afford larger, more expensive rooms offered by more conventional hotels.
Capsule Stay is an accommodation that comes with everything you need. (Bed, Shower and Luggage Storage) Just select your choice of a single, double or triple bed, the required stay hours (3, 6 or 12 hours) and check-in according at your selected time.
capsule hotel lucerne. The first capsule hotel of Switzerland is situated in an excellent location on the edge of Lucerne’s historic old town.
The POD is Singapore's latest budget boutique capsule hotel catering to discerning travellers who desire comfortable and convenient stay.
Japanese Capsule Hotels are an inexpensive way to spend a night in Japan. They’re pods roughly the size of a single bed and they’re… interesting. Here’s what it’s like to stay in one.
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A multi-award winning capsule hotel blending design, technology & humanity to promote a sustainable culture, one quality sleep at a time.
“nine hours Narita Airport” capsule hotel with 24-hour reception and check in. This is a useful facility for customers leaving on early morning flights, as well as those needing a place to stay after or in between flights.
It sounds great on paper: A budget hotel completely designed around getting you the best night of sleep. That's the idea behind SLEEEP, Hong Kong's first capsule hotel.. The reality, however, isn ...
Each room in the hotel is a pod (capsule-type accommodation) and guests can choose from various bed sizes and pod styles. Each pod is designed in accordance with Japanese traditional design disciplines, with touches of wabi-sabi, Japanese version of minimalistic design that appreciates small spaces and natural materials.