Smallest. Hotel Room. Ever.

Think you’ve stayed in some small hotel rooms? Try this one on for size.

And here’s our reaction to our stay.




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11 Responses to Smallest. Hotel Room. Ever.

  1. Terri says:

    This was fascinating! I’ve read about “pod” hotels in Japan, and it was great to get such a detailed (and funny, HAL) introduction to one. The opportunity to see the check in and other amenities was icing on the cake. Thank you for posting – I’m just loving your blog. Happy travels.

  2. tripdiva says:

    Amazing! I’ve heard of these, but never experienced it! (and now I don’t have to – thanks!)

  3. Marjory says:

    Wow, I could never sleep in one of those. I am enjoying watching your travels, thanks for sharing.

  4. Jay Cederholm says:

    Love the tour of the capsule hotel…I’ve been waiting for this one.
    From the looks of it I was wondering if there’s an Apple store in the lobby as well….

    • Ken says:

      Yeah, this place kind of out-Apples Apple, doesn’t it? No Apple Store in the lobby, but of course, I did go to one of the Apple Stores in Tokyo. It’s four stories of Apple-y goodness: hardware on the first floor, accessories on the second, a presentation room/theater on the third (they were demonstrating some music software, I think), and genius bar and training on the fourth floor. Made me feel right at home. Thanks for checking out the video, Jay!

  5. Jimmy Gee says:

    “Open the pod bay door, Hal!”
    “I’m afraid I can’t do that, Dave.”

  6. Ann says:

    Sitting here at Mom’s computer sampling some of your videos and loving them all. Sounds like you two are having a great time. Enjoying your summer on the other side of the world,no doubt… while we’re here surviving through 20 degree weather! Wish we could be there! Thanks for the videos, it’s almost as good as being there!

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