How to stay the night in Batman's lair
Saturday 19 March 2011
After the Barbie hotel room for girls, it's the turn of the guys, thanks to a great Batman-themed suite spotted in Taiwan.
The bat-suite, as featured by Gizmodo, features everything a Batman fan could want, including a life-size Batmobile, huge Batman logos on the walls and an "authentic" bat-cave feel.
Behind the enormous flatscreen (presumably so that occupants can watch Batman) is the bat-bath, with its own flatscreen and jacuzzi function for those that need to wind down after a hard day of crime fighting.
As Eden Motel appears to be a love hotel, you'll need to book by the hour which reportedly will cost around $50 for a three-hour booking.
That's considerably cheaper than the Barbie rooms introduced for a limited period last summer at the top-end Plaza Athénée hotel in Paris.
The rooms, which were for children only and connected to adult rooms with a doorway, featured Barbie's pink color schemes, Barbie towels and dolls to play with, were priced from €1,600 per night.
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