Step Inside Ninehours – An Awesome Capsule Hotel in Kyoto
Normally, when you’re travelling for business or for pleasure, you will most likely end up at a hotel, and we have found yet another cool one you’d want to put on your list.
In most cases, when you’re staying at a hotel, you know what to expect, because they’re mostly kind of boring and predictable.
But from time to time, we come across something rather unique, which surprises us, and just by taking a virtual tour of it, we instantly want to be there at least for trying it out for ourselves!
And that’s exactly what we found for you, a hotel, which is not only super awesome, but also unique in its design and overall concept that we’re sure will spark your interest dear Aluxer.
“ninehours“, is a Japanese hotelier which provides a sort of ultra-economical, pod-style accommodations, which I’m sure you will find rather interesting.
The hotel is located in Kyoto, Japan, so in order to fully experience the concept, you will obviously first have to travel there, so put this hotel down on the “places to go” list the next time you’re in Kyoto.
Featuring an extra minimal design, the hotel doesn’t even have separate rooms for its guests, instead, it has sleeping capsules, and even communal bathrooms and a locker area.
Now, if you want to relax and enjoy yourself with luxurious amenities, this might not be the place you’re looking for. But if you’re a traveler, and you’re just looking for a place to stay, but you still want it to be awesome, than this is the perfect place for you.
Even as an Aluxer, you’d most likely want to try it out once just to see what the experience of sleeping in a Capsule Hotel in Kyoto feels like!
To better understand the design and concept of this awesome hotel, you obviously would have to see it for yourself, so let’s take a small tour of the Nine Hours hotel, and find out what makes it so special!
“ninehours will set up a new theory, finding satisfaction and contentment in “a short stay in an urban setting”.”
Let’s step inside Ninehours a Capsule Hotel in Kyoto:
So what do you think of this minimal Capsule Hotel in Kyoto? Is the “ninehours” hotel amazing or what? As always we’re in the comments looking for different points of view!