The 12 most high-tech hotels in the world
Looking for a unique travel experience? Staying in a one-of-a-kind, high-tech hotel is a pretty solid way to get one.
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Whether you want robots checking your bags or virtual golf simulations, we've rounded up the 14 most high-tech hotels from all around the world - some of which are very cost friendly!
Take a gander:
CALIFORNIA: Aloft Cupertino
Called Botlr, the robot will also stop by with little snacks and can deliver things to your room.
NEW YORK: The Yotel
Other high-tech perks at the Yotel include the ability to check in at a kiosk and motorized beds that can fold up to provide more floor space.
SEATTLE: Hotel 1000
There are also sensors in the room that detect body heat so housekeeping knows not to enter.
The rooms come with a window so you don't feel claustrophobic, but just shut the blinds for some privacy!
SINGAPORE: The W Singapore at Sentosa Cove
A private cabana by the pool comes with a loaner iPad, and there's even a DJ booth in the $8,600-a-night Extreme WOW Suite.
JAPAN: The Weird Hotel
A robotic concierge doll is also located in each room to help guests find nearby restaurants and recommend events!
POLAND: Blow Up Hall 5050
The hotel also refers to itself as an "interactive work of art" because of its many digital art installations throughout the hotel.
CONNECTICUT: J House Greenwich
The hotel rooms also come with two 55" mirror televisions — one in the bedroom the other in the bathroom.
NEW YORK: CitizenM
The CitizenM also offers self check-in and check-out service.
LONDON: hub by Premier Inn Covent Garden Hotel
There's also an app that uses virtual reality to provide information like a nearby restaurant or bar.
LAS VEGAS: Aria Resort and Casino
You can also elect to have the Aria push you notifications, like if a Black Jack table just opened up when you're in the vicinity of it.
The hotel also offers a digital newspaper kiosk.
BERLIN: NH Hotel
The hotel's smart room technology also allows up to 250 people to conference call in.
VIRGINIA: Hilton's hotel in McLean Virginia has a robot concierge that greets guests.
You can also open your room's door using your smartphone.