These are the most technological hotels in Europe

Posted on July 18, 2022

Gone are the days of dealing with finicky hotel key cards, losing sleep over noisy neighbors and struggling with erratic air conditioning. A series of futuristic hotels, collected in this Yahoo Life article, are revolutionizing the hospitality industry.

From robot butlers to beds offering à la carte body massages, for an urban getaway like no other, treat yourself to an innovative vacation at one of these otherworldly hotels.

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Hotel Puerta America, Madrid

In the heart of the Spanish capital is one of the most ambitious design hotels in the world: the Hotel Puerta, in the colors of the rainbow. It’s the work of 19 leading architects, including four Pritzker Prize winners (the Nobel Prize for architecture), with suites created by design titans Zaha Hadid and Jean Nouvel. Each of the 12 floors is unique.

The first floor has a sci-fi theme (the work of the late Hadid), giving off strong Tardis vibes. At the push of a button, LED strips on the room doors transmit orders directly to hotel staff.

TVs drop from the ceiling and large LCD screens allow guests to customize artwork.

Best Western Premier Sofia Hotel, Sofia

One for the introverts. Never talk to a human again with Roomy, BW’s robot butler. Available 24 hours a day, Roomy will accompany you to your accommodation, deliver midnight snacks and serve you welcome bubbles.

Ask Roomy for the Technogym restaurant or gym and its advanced navigation system will get you there in minutes. Roomy is fluent in three languages ​​- Chinese, English and Korean – and can also greet guests, sing Happy Birthday and sing Christmas songs.

Cityhub Amsterdam, Amsterdam

Forget about traditional hotel rooms and stretch out in one of Cityhub’s futuristic pods. Get that Amsterdam vibe with trippy mood lighting, built-in wake-up alarm systems and music streaming.

Oracle: Tourists want stays in high-tech hotels with little personal contact

Upon arrival, wear an RFID wristband to virtually check in and help yourself to a cocktail (or two) from the honesty bar. For real-time information about the city’s inhabitants, download the CityHub smartphone app, which gives you everything you need to know about the city.

Eccleston Square Hotel, London

Don’t be fooled by the charming Grade II listed Georgian exterior. From 49-inch Samsung TVs hidden behind bathroom mirrors to smart glass shower walls that freeze at the touch of a button and a digital concierge, every part of the hotel experience has been enhanced with a advanced technology. . Best tech gift? The Hästens electronically adjustable bed, equipped with massage functions to break up knots.

Great Kameha, Zürich

This immersive experience will transport you to the heart of an international space station, but rest assured, there’s no way your late-night minibar shopping will hit a climax. A sensory delight, the bedroom features floating zero-gravity beds, celestial artwork and space lights on the bookshelves. Don’t forget to turn on your personal alien television and tune in to NASA TV’s live broadcast from the International Space Station.

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