In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

Some people adore reading, while others doze off while reading, but both will appreciate the new hotel that recently opened in Tokyo. This hotel, designed to resemble a bookstore, is located on the 7th floor of a skyscraper in the Ikebukuro district. The hotel, designed by Makoto Tanihiri and Ai Yoshihida of the Suppose Design Office, promises to be the perfect place for book lovers to curl up with a good book and drift off to sleep.

The dimensions of the "Compact" rooms are 205 x 85 cm, while the "Standard" rooms measure 205 x 129 cm. The room rates per night will range from 32 to 50 US dollars. At the time of the opening, hotel guests had access to 1700 books in Japanese and English, but the library is planned to be expanded to 3000 copies in the future.

For travelers who love reading, a wonderful new place has opened in Tokyo.


In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

The Book and Bed hotel has 1700 books in English and Japanese.


In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

The bookshelf-bed is a very interesting place to sleep.


In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

The "apartments" are quite small, but the price per night is quite modest.


In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

In the future, there will be around 3000 books here.


In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

The Book and Bed hotel has already opened its doors.


In Tokyo, a hotel styled like a bookstore has opened. Amazing place!

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