THIS incredible hotel in Japan provides a rather hi-tech experience for guests.
The Henn na Hotel was recognised in 2016 as the first robot-staffed hotel by Guinness World Records.
From a humanoid meet-and-greeter to a friendly dinosaur, a stay here is a fully automated affair.
It’s all in an effort to achieve the ultimate in efficiency, while also injecting a bit of fun into visitors’ stays.
Multi-lingual robots greet guests when they arrive to check in, with cyber porters carrying luggage to the room.
There’s no need for a key card, either, as a facial recognition system is used to lock and unlock doors.
Henn na Hotel means ‘strange hostel’ in Japanese, and has 144 rooms and 186 robots.
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