This capsule hostel in Cebu is located right in the Queen City of the South and it’s pretty sleek with its minimalist design.
Shejoje Poshtel Hostel offers a nice bed, a big mirror for your vanity needs, power outlets, personal air conditioning, and some pretty fast internet.
If you need to know a little bit more of what you’re getting yourself into, capsule hotels made its debut in 1979 in Osaka with the “Capsule Hotel in Osaka” in the bustling Umeda district. The architect who designed the hotel, Kisho Kurokawa, thought to give it tiny, capsule-like apartments.
Capsule hotels debuted in 1979 in Osaka with the “Capsule Hotel In Osaka” in the city’s bustling Umeda district. Architect Kisho Kurokawa designed the hotel, which seemed like a logical extension of the Tokyo residential and office tower, Nakagin Capsule Tower. That structure, built in 1972, offered tiny, capsule-like apartments.
So the next time you’re going to visit Cebu, you better check it out.
Find out more at www.shejojeposhtelhostel.com.