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This Newly Opened Muji Hotel Deserves to Be on Your Travel Bucket List

This modern-minimalist haven will make you want to book a flight to China.
This Newly Opened Muji Hotel Deserves to Be on Your Travel Bucket List
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This modern-minimalist haven will make you want to book a flight to China.

It was announced in July last year that Japanese lifestyle store Muji would be opening a chain of hotels in the Asian region soon. And last week, they finally opened their first hotel in Shenzhen, China.

As seen in these photos from the hotel’s website, it's a minimalist-modern marvel, taking off from the brand’s ethos of creating a lifestyle that is “simple,” “anonymous” and “nature-oriented.” Shall we add that everything looks extremely relaxing?

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The hotel, which is located in the recreational district of Guangdong, has 79 guestrooms. Some of the facilities include a 24-hour library, a Muji diner that offers healthy food choices served on Muji dinnerware and a Muji shop, of course.

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Hallway

The standard guest room hallway features simple but warm, wood-paneled walls and plain, grayish-beige carpeting.

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Type B Room

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All of the rooms feature Muji’s minimalist aesthetic, using natural-finish wood, simple white bed linen, a muted color palette and the absence of any extraneous décor, like paintings. There isn’t any need though, because the view certainly makes up for it!

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Type C & D Rooms

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Some of the other guest rooms show Brutalist touches, like this raw concrete accent wall above the headboard (as seen below). Brutalism is a style of art or architecture that uses raw, unfinished surfaces and massive forms in its design.

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Amenities

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Each room is fitted out with Muji products, as seen in the refreshment nook of one of the rooms (this one has a Beech Wood Table). Muji’s plain white dinnerware, in line with their “keep it simple” philosophy, are labeled only in letters signifying their sizes (ie: “Dish M”, “Dish L”, “Dish XL”). 

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Even the bathrooms are kitted out with Muji accessories—check out the clear acrylic toothbrushes nestled in their own cute, tiny toothbrush holders!

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Reportedly, a second Muji Hotel will be opening in Tokyo, Japan sometime in 2019. 

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*This story originally appeared on RealLiving.com.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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