The Japanese are all about beautifully designed spaces, creating harmony between people and the rooms they inhabit. Their hotels hold the same charm, and they’ve impressively managed to turn cramped into charming, as you’ll see from these cool luxury capsule hotels.
Tucked away in the hip neighbourhood of Shibuya, The Millennials unabashedly advertises their services that cater to the millennial aesthetic, focusing on sleek design technology. The shared spaces — kitchen, bar, dining area and workspaces — allow for inspiration and conversation to flow 24/7.
Spread across five districts, the Anshin Oyado chain focuses on the upscale potential of capsule hotels. The rooms are designed to be luxe but comfortable, equipped with everything from flat-screen TVs to brand name bedding. The highlight of this hotel is, of course, the massive hot spring bath and steam rooms for guests to relax in after a long day out.