Imagine spending your vacations in the tranquility and peace of the ocean as you drift off to sleep in the comfort of a hotel room. This is exactly what Japan’s Huis Ten Bosch had in mind, as they have created the “world’s first robot hotel” located in the Dutch-themed park in the city of Sasebo.
The space-age floating two-storey-capsule is a fully furnished structure that floats around in the park’s sprawling island venue. The Japan Times reports that you can enjoy the mesmerizing panoramic views from a bedroom through the see through the convex glass roof, as you enjoy the hotel room entailing double beds, showers, and toilets.
The spherical floating capsule can comfortably host four guests and is another jewel in the crown of the Dutch-themed Japanese hotel spanning a 420,000 square-foot and based in Omura Bay.
Since it remains in the water at all times, you’ll have to climb into this capsule via the top section into the bedroom and sleep under the starry sky and soothing swishing of the water currents. The hotel using smart navigating technology and online mapping to navigate itself all the time.
The company is currently applying the finishing touches to the project and has estimated that a stay will cost between ¥30,000 to ¥40,000 (roughly $4,300 to $5,700) per night.
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