I stayed at Hong Kong’s first ‘capsule hotel’ to see what it’s like to live in micro — and the experience was a nightmare

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  • SLEEEP is Hong Kong’s first capsule hotel, a concept invented in Japan in the late 1970s that aims to provide cheap, convenient “sleeping pods” for travelers who do not require the services of a full hotel.
  • I stayed at SLEEEP last March on a business trip to Hong Kong. It cost around $75 USD per night, cheap for a hotel on Hong Kong island, but other accommodations on Airbnb or in budget hotels can be had for cheaper.
  • SLEEEP is ideally located and well-designed aesthetically, but its capsules get hot quickly and do not block out sound, making for read more >>>

    Source : BusinessInsider.Com

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