The World’s First Robot Hotel in Tokyo Japan

Have you ever thought of spending a night in a unique hotel that is entirely managed and operated by robots? Well, your dreams are about to come true. The Henn Na Hotel in Japan is the world’s first robot hotel and it has been gaining popularity ever since its opening. From check-in to check-out, This japan robot hotel promises an interesting experience that no other hotel can provide. With robots to greet guests, check them in and out, serve drinks or even clean the rooms, this awesome hotel is sure to draw attention from around the world.

The Henn Na Hotel


Surprisingly, there was a time when the robots at Henn Na Hotel weren’t running as effectively. According to, guests were starting to get annoyed by the robots. They would complain that their robot room assistants took snoring as commands and would wake them up many times during the night. Guests also found that their robots couldn’t answer simple basic questions as they normally do. Because of this issue, The Henn Na Hotel human staff had to jump in and work overtime to repair all of the robots that stopped working. Thankfully, there aren’t any known complaints as of recently about the robots at this hotel.


The Henn Na Hotel Offers amenities such as Free Wi-Fi, Restaurant, Housekeeping, Air conditioning, Laundry and 24/7 front desk support from the Lovely robots. You can also book this hotel for about  $96  a night which is a pretty good price. Another thing that I admire about this hotel is that they care about their guests’ comfort. Unlike a lot of hotels, they offer super comfortable pillows that support your head and neck. And they aren’t just any regular pillows.

If you’re looking for things to do with kids in Tokyo Japan. I recommend you take them here. They will be super fascinated with the robots. The Henn Na Hotel is one of those unforgettable experiences that you’ll always remember. I highly recommend putting this place on your bucket list!

Luxury Travel Babe <3

Jamila Bell.

Leave a Reply

Powered by

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: