At Tokyo’s New Women-only Capsule Hotel

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WELLNESS: At Tokyo’s New Women-only Capsule Hotel

Capsule hotels are back in business. No longer the preserve of businessmen and budget travellers, a string of luxury hotels are reinventing Japan’s famous micro-lodgings. Leading the way, designer capsule pioneers Nine Hours have set the bar with their elevated take on capsule hotels, last week opening the doors to their first women-only branch in Kanda, Tokyo.

Offering an ultra-minimal hotel experience without compromising on comfort or design, 9h Kanda has space for 70 guests and girls stopping off in Tokyo can bed down in a luxury capsule for as little as ¥4,900 a night. Alternatively, weary shoppers can buy a power nap in a pod for just ¥1000 – who could say no to that?

Image: Nine Hours

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