The world “hostel” makes many people think of small, dingy hotels in western Europe…or possibly a very violent Eli Roth movie. The truth is, hostels can be a wonderful place to stay during a trip. More often than not, they are inexpensive. Not only that, but if you look hard enough, you can find truly wonderful places — like Book And Bed Tokyo.
According to their website, Book And Bed is “an accommodation bookshop.”
Getting a good night’s rest isn’t necessarily the most important thing at this hostel.
Instead, the focus is on enjoying the city, exploring, and reading “just a little more” before bed.
“Our concept is thus a reader’s haven – an accommodation bookshop. (Books aren’t sold, though. It’s just an expression.) Dozing off obliviously during your treasured pastime is the finest ‘moment of sleep,’ don’t you agree?”
A Compact shelf compartment is 80.7 x 33.5 inches and the Standard is 80.7 x 50.8 inches.
The “rooms” will run anywhere between $32 and $50 per night, depending on the size.
The hostel was designed by Makoto Tanijiri and Ai Yoshida of Suppose Design Office.
The hostel will be opening its doors on November 5, 2015. World travelers and bookworms alike should stop by this unique hostel — your evening will be relaxing, that is certain! Have a book day…and have a book night!
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/book-store-hotel/