Huis Ten Bosch is a theme park in Japan planning to open a hotel with robotic staff and with other high end advanced technologies. Based on a statement by the park, the robotic hotel called Henn-na, which translates to "Strange Hotel", will open on July 17. Phase one of the hotels construction will have 72 rooms and will be two-stories tall. The second phase, which is projected to be finish in July of 2016, will add an additional 72 rooms.
The robots will operate around extreme intelligent conversations with human guests. Just like how normal people would interact.
The president of the hotel said in a press statement, "We'll make the most efficient hotel in the world." With this he plans to have 90% of the building ran by advance robotic systems.
Other features of the hotel would include a low accommodation fee, guest door facial-recognition technology, and a radiation panel that will detect the guests body heat in the room and adjust the temperature to feel just right.
The Henn-na hotel is going to stay green and reduce operating costs by installing solar panels.
Instead of the hotel having a fixed room price. Bidding was put into play. Rooms rates will fluctuate depending on demand. The hotel says that for an average room, fees would be anywhere from $60 to a max of $153 a night. If you plan on being a little bit more high class. Superior and Deluxe rooms are available for a bit more.