In Japan (where else?) you can spend a night at the Henna Hotel, a strange hotel staffed by robots. In this episode of Abroad in Japan we watch Chris Broad get himself a room with absolutely no human intervention, and use a weird egg-shaped concierge to interact with his room. A novelty now, but probably a sign of things to come.
Japan's robot hotel: The Henna Hotel or "strange" hotel is causing a stir at the moment with lots of media coverage. We go and see if it lives up to the hype.
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