5 High-Tech Hotels to Book Yourself Into

These stylish properties feature robotic butlers, zero-gravity beds, a private DJ booth, and more.

Photo: Kameha Grand Zurich

1. Kameha Grand Zurich

Want to bring your childhood dream of becoming an astronaut to life? Spend a night at the 115-square-meter Kameha Grand Zurich’s Space Suite, which was designed by artist and astronaut-in-training Michale Najjar. Immerse yourself in an outer space–inspired environment where you can snooze on a zero-gravity, “floating” bed, watch live NASA TV feed linked from the International Space Station, play with rocket models, and indulge in a whole library of space-themed literature.

More information here.

Photo: The Peninsula Tokyo

2. The Peninsula Tokyo

Located in the heart of the Marunouchi business district and conveniently near Tsukiji fish market, The Peninsula Tokyo sets the standard as one of the Japanese capital’s most high-tech
properties. The 314-room hotel features large flat-screen TVs, customizable lighting to suit your mood, Skype-capable wireless smartphones, and more than 3,000 Internet radio stations. Guests here also enjoy exclusive access to luxury cars such as Rolls-Royce Phantom, Tesla Model S, as well as BMW 740Li.

More information here.

Photo: Eccleston Square Hotel

3. Eccleston Square Hotel

Situated on an idyllic garden square in central London, this hotel lies behind the doors of a striking 19th-century Grade II-listed historical facade. Yet, inside is a slew of high-tech offerings including rooms outfitted with 3D television, an iPad (which also acts as concierge), a Handy smartphone, smart glass-equipped bathrooms, and a Hästens bed (which is painstakingly crafted by Swedish master craftsmen over a total of 320 man-hours).

More information here.

Photo: Aloft Cupertino

4. Aloft Cupertino

You’ll find Aloft Cupertino resembling a high-end startup, and that’s no surprise considering it’s located in Silicon Valley, the tech capital of the world. The hotel is served by well-trained staff, alongside a friendly robotic butler who distributes poolside towels and room snacks, rides the elevators, and even alerts guests of deliveries. Each guest room also comes with an Apple TV and other stylish amenities.

More information here.

Photo: W Singapore

5. W Singapore

Known worldwide for its music and party-centric vibes, the W Hotels brand is also incredibly high-tech to boot. W Singapore at Sentosa Cove features colorful nightclub-esque LED lighting pulses throughout the property. Guests can swim in the outdoor pool and enjoy electronic music streamed from underwater speakers, as well as loan iPads to use at the private poolside cabanas. Plus, rooms come with Bose speakers and iPod docks. Did we also mention that the Extreme WOW Suite has a private DJ booth?

More information here.


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