Look! Claska Hotel's Place for Everything Rooms

Look! Claska Hotel's Place for Everything Rooms

Gregory Han
Feb 17, 2009
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Flickr user Liao Yusheng calls the Toyko hotel, Claska, his favourite place to stay in all the world (and from his Flickr set, it's obvious he's stayed at some nice places throughout). We can see why he's smitten with the Claska. The whimsical interior design inside their "Weekly residence" rooms (rooms 601-603) are both utilitarian and memorably unique, with a wall-length built-in storage unit that offers guests a place to keep their clothes, keep a hair dryer, turn on a silhouette "lamp", fold out a desk and even bring out a robotic canine companion from a dog house opening to keep them company when the mood strikes. Fun idea. Check out more below...

Besides the Weekly residence rooms, the Claska offers other design-centric accommodations, such as their Japanese Modern rooms or the Tatami theme rooms designed by Kaname Okajima. And the most surprising thing is these rooms are available for a reasonable ¥7500/US$66.18 per night (though you need to book one week minimum, and add 10% service charge with 5% tax, bringing a 7 days stay to ¥60637/US$535.05).

Liao notes: "It's damn near impossible to book as there are only 3 rooms. Actually, even their regular daily rooms are damn near impossible to book as there are 12 rooms, total, for the entire hotel (including the 3 weekly rooms). I literally based this trip around the dates this room is available. Book early if you want to stay [at the Claska]."

[photos/via Liao Yusheng]

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