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Hotels Of The Future: Five Hi-Tech Hotels That Takes It To The Next Level

Travelers Today       By    Jestan Dale Mendame

Updated: Feb 23, 2017 06:20 AM EST

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Eccleston Square Hotel - In Room Technology Video
The Eccleston Square Hotel in London has computer tablets that help guests control the different features in a room and request a couple of services.
(Photo: Eccleston Square Hotel/Youtube)

Back then, hotel guests were already happy if they found out the heaters on showers worked. Now, more hotel chains are becoming hi-tech with remote controlled rooms and robot workers. Here's a list of five futuristic hotels that take hotel service to the next level.

Yotel, Manhattan

Upon entering the hotel, you'd already feel that you're going straight into the future. According to Mirror, you'd be checking in using a touchscreen device while a robot bellman, called the Yobot, greets and helps you with your luggage. A night would cost around $200 (£162) and the rooms are soundproofed, comes with WIFI and the walls have built-in LCD TVs.

Blow Up Hall 5050, Poznan, Poland

This classy hotel in Poland is the perfect definition of technology and art combined that satisfies every traveler's demands. Hotel guests are given iPones to access the different features in their rooms. A night at this futuristic hotel would cost about $100 (£88).

W Taipei, Taiwan

It's just like Blow Up Hall 5050 where technology and art meet. Some suite rooms have video projectors which guests can use and the walls have interactive grids containing OLED lights that will respond with the body movements of the guests. Prices are around $290(£234) a night.

Eccleston Square, London

According to Eccleston Square Hotel London, this place has a 19th Century Grade II listed exterior that people can see when passing by it. However, it still has the cutting-edge techonology to become one of the most futurisitc hotels in the world. A room for a night would cost around $200(£160) which comes with touchscreen pads to control sounds and lighting. It also comes with a remote control iPad that would let you use the different hi-tech features of the room.

Peninsula Hotel, Tokyo

Japan is known for its cutting-edge technology, and The Peninsula Hotel in Tokyo definitely exudes that. Guests have access to wireless phones that can also do Skype calls, and internet radios that can access thousands of stations. A night would cost around $490.

If you're planning to book a hotel, why not try out something new? These hotels of the future would surely make travel an unforgettable experience.

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