This futuristic airport hotel in Japan looks like a spaceship!

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Need a little sleep before your flight? Airports still have their upholstered chairs and sofas, but Narita International Airport has something much better in his airport hotel.

For a good rest, stay in the airport capsule hotels designed by the famous capsule hotel chain, Nine o’clock. This airport hotel in Japan will make you feel like you’ve entered a spaceship with its stylish sleeping cabins!

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What’s so great about this airport hotel in Japan?

The concept of this innovative hotel experience is that during your stay, you will be able to perform the three fundamental actions you need to recharge after a long day – shower, rest and change of clothes – in just nine hours. With seven hours of restful sleep and one hour to shower and change, the hotel chain hopes you can start the next day well-rested after staying with them.

The capsules are specially designed to have no sharp edges – like a cocoon – so that customers feel welcome and comfortable. The pod offers great privacy along with essential features like outlets to charge your devices and an adjustable light switch.

After checking in at the lobby, visitors will be given a bag with towels, slippers, toothbrush and sleepwear inside. Lockers are also available for your luggage.

The shower cabins are accompanied by shampoo, conditioner and body soap from the famous brand TAMANOHADA. The airport hotel even changes the scent of its soap according to the seasons: from mint in spring and summer to fig in autumn and winter. Expect to feel refreshed and rejuvenated after a soak here!

However, if you just want to take a short nap or a quick shower before your next flight, you can also visit the capsule hotel anytime from 9am to 6pm.

With its tranquil facade and minimalist aesthetic, this airport hotel should definitely be on your transit to-do list the next time you’re at Narita Airport. After all, where else can you sleep in a bed that feels like you’ve boarded a spaceship?

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Can’t wait to stay here? We hope that you will write to us to tell us how your stay was!

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