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Capsule hotels that are popular in Japan have appeared in Israel. The concept was borrowed by Brickstone CEO Dvir Indig, and after successfully testing the format in Jerusalem, Indig decided to open 20 capsule hotels across the country.
Jerusalem Post reports.
The capsule hotel is called CapsuleInn The first one opened on Jaffa Street in Jerusalem with a $1.5 million investment. The complex includes 26 accommodation pods, some for singles and some for couples. Dvir Indig said the capsule hotel has recently become a hit with young people, Israelis and tourists and is operating at over 90% occupancy. That is why the network will expand.
Each capsule includes a bed, air conditioning, multi-channel TV, adjustable lighting, WIFI, connection ports for phone charging and more.
Central The complex has a meeting room for guests, showers, toilets and a room with personal lockers for storing things.
The price per night in Jerusalem capsule hotel is 99 shekels for one person and 199 shekels (excluding VAT) for capsules for a couple.
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