The universe “hostel” creates many people consider of small, grubby hotels in western Europe…or presumably a really aroused Eli Roth movie. The law is, hostels can be a smashing place to stay during a trip. More mostly than not, they are inexpensive. Not usually that, yet if we demeanour tough enough, we can find truly smashing places — like Book And Bed Tokyo.
According to their website, Book And Bed is “an accommodation bookshop.”
Getting a good night’s rest isn’t indispensably a many critical thing during this hostel.
Instead, a concentration is on enjoying a city, exploring, and reading “just a small more” before bed.
“Our judgment is so a reader’s breakwater – an accommodation bookshop. (Books aren’t sold, though. It’s only an expression.) Dozing off obliviously during your appreciated entertainment is a excellent ‘moment of sleep,’ don’t we agree?”
A Compact shelf cell is 80.7 x 33.5 inches and a Standard is 80.7 x 50.8 inches.
The “rooms” will run anywhere between $32 and $50 per night, depending on a size.
The hostel was designed by Makoto Tanijiri and Ai Yoshida of Suppose Design Office.
A print posted by BOOK AND BED TOKYO (@bookandbedtokyo) on Sep 17, 2015 during 11:00pm PDT
The hostel will be opening the doors on Nov 5, 2015. World travelers and bookworms comparison should stop by this singular hostel — your dusk will be relaxing, that is certain! Have a book day…and have a book night!