A Peek Into The First-Ever "Anti-Gorgeous, Anti-Cheap" Muji Hotel In Shenzhen, China
If your idea of escape is something that draws you back to anything minimalist, then you’ll most likely love Muji’s newest hotel. Yes, the popular Japanese brand now has a hotel!
When you fly to China (in Shenzhen, to be exact) and find yourself seeking for a simple yet quality accommodation, Muji Hotel will most definitely meet your requirements. Muji has been known for its easy, understated aesthetic, and that is reflected in every part of this lodge.
Imagine wooden furnishings; crisp white linens, sheets, and pillows; and neutral shades all over. Floor-to-ceiling windows let a generous amount of natural light in, enveloping the rooms with a bright, cozy, and tranquil ambiance. The rooms are equipped with hotel necessities that are all from Muji, of course. A Muji store, the biggest branch in China, is located in the same building.
A gym is among the hotel's amenities, so the fitness buff in you wouldn’t have to sacrifice a workout day even on staycation mode. There’s also the Muji diner serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night bar offerings, with Chinese, Japanese, and Western dishes. And finally, kick back and relax with a good read in hand at Muji Books, their very own library that houses 650 volumes—and it’s also open to public!
The concept "anti-gorgeous, anti-cheap" that is embedded in the brand’s philosophy is carried out perfectly in the hotel's interiors. Everything from their 79 rooms down to their facilities is about the laid-back style of living.
Now, this sounds like a perfect escape!
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