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    Hen-na Hotel, Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan

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    Japan is opening the first hotel operated entirely by robots.

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    Japan: See robo-dinosaurs serve guests at first ever robot hotel

    Published on Jul 15, 2015

    Robotic dinosaurs and humanoid lobby staff helped guests check in to a hotel run by androids, at the Huis Ten Bosch theme park in Sasebo, Nagasaki, Wednesday. The 72-room hotel, set to open in full on July 17, is staffed by 10 robots and 10 humans. Its name, "Henn na," means 'strange hotel.'

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    Dinosaur greets guests at Japan's first robot hotel
    July 17, 2015

    A Japanese businessman has come up with what he thinks the hotel of the future will look like. He's replaced staff with robots, and added facial recognition to your hotel room door. It's not the stuff of fantasy, the future is here now.

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    Japan Robot Hotel (CTM 2015)
    Julu 23, 2015

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    A very surreal check-in at Japan's robot hotel

    Published on Jul 23, 2015

    Welcome to Henn-na Hotel. Here's what happens when you try to check into a hotel that's (mostly) run by robots.

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    World's First Robot Hotel, Welcome To Japan's Henn-na

    Published on Jul 20, 2015

    On July 17th, the first robot-staffed hotel, Henn-na, opened in Sasebo, Japan. The managers say the use of robots to reduce operating costs is the way of the future. AJ+ went to take a look.

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    Henn na Hotel — the Huis Ten Bosch hotel where robots are at your service

    Published on Jul 18, 2015

    Huis Ten Bosch, a theme park in Nagasaki Pref., opened a new official hotel with a difference.

    Read more:
    "Robot porter, check-in staff at innovative Sasebo hotel"

    by Yuri Kageyama
    July 16, 2015

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    Inside the Japanese hotel staffed by robots

    Published on Oct 23, 2015

    If there’s one place on Earth you can already get a glimpse of our robot-assisted future, it’s Japan. Routinely at the forefront of robotics research, the country has brought us some of the weirdest automatons, most lifelike androids, and cutest helper-bots.

    Nowhere is this more evident than at Nagasaki’s Henn-na Hotel, a hotel run by robots that opened this year. Walk into reception and a mechanised dinosaur will guide you through check-in; go to your room and a luggage bot will wheel your suitcase along beside you; get ready for bed and your own robot companion will turn out the lights.

    Henn-na Hotel CEO Hideo Sawada sells his offering as part of a utopian vision where robots take over manual labour so humans can turn their attention to more creative pursuits. Replacing staff with robots might reduce labour costs, but their appeal to visitors needs to last beyond novelty value.

    Motherboard host Ben Ferguson checks into the robot hotel in the first episode of our new travel series Voyager, made possible by Kayak. The robot workers he meets are courteous and communicative, but can they emulate the human warmth of their flesh-and-blood counterparts? Could robots really be our future holiday companions, or do man and machine ultimately get lost in translation?

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