‘Capsule hotel’ where rooms are the size of a single bed

The ‘Capsule Hotel’ are with tiny rooms of width and length of a single bed, with 26 capsules stacked into two rows at the space-saving hotel.
Although space is well and truly at a premium,guests do get WiFi, a flatscreen TV and a foldable table in their minuscule pods.

There is also a ventilating fan in each capsule for moments when it gets a little too claustrophobic.
The first capsule hotel is thought to have appeared in Japan in the late 1970s, as a cheap alternative for businessmen who had missed the last train home.

Posted by AkinJohn.

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