The world’s first ‘virtual reality’ hotel is opening in Japan

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The world’s first ‘virtual reality’ hotel is opening in Japan and it looks amazing. The hotel, called the Henn-na Hotel, will feature rooms with holographic guests and will be completely staffed by robots.

The Henn-na Hotel is set to open in July 2015 and will be located in Sasebo, Japan. The hotel will have 72 rooms and will be completely staffed by robots. Guests will be able to check in using a facial recognition system and their room keys will be stored in a lockbox.

The rooms themselves will be fairly standard, but will feature some high-tech amenities. Each room will have a TV that will be connected to the internet and will be able to stream content from a variety of different sources. The rooms will also have a virtual reality system that will allow guests to explore a number of different virtual environments.

The hotel’s website says that the goal of the Henn-na Hotel is to provide a ‘unique and efficient experience’ for guests. The hotel’s managing company, H.I.S. Co., also runs a number of other hotels in Japan and around the world.

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  1. This is incredible! I love the idea of a hotel that is completely staffed by robots and has holographic guests. The rooms sound amazing and I can’t wait to check it out when it opens.

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