True to its name, the Henn-na Hotel, which translates as "Strange Hotel" in English, is a low-cost establishment in southern Japan that's truly challenging current hospitality practices.
The hotel is operated mostly by human-inspired machines, like this lovely looking lady at the front desk.
Or maybe you prefer this return-from-extinction fellow to serve you. Warning: he may bite!
Your luggage is whizzed off to your room on these wheels.
In true Japanese style, the rooms are sleek and minimalist, making your stay comfortable and practical.
And in true futuristic style, these keyless rooms unlock using facial recognition.
The hotel encourages guests to "enjoy conversations with robots with a humanly kind of warmth, while they work efficiently."
The future is truly here, where valuables are protected in this highly-secure and efficient cloak room.
And yes, your food is also handled by robots.
YES! YES! Booking a room. Stat!No thanks, I need the human touch.
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Would you stay in... the future?
vote votesYES! YES! Booking a room. Stat!
vote votesNo thanks, I need the human touch.