MUJI just opened its own hotel and it’s a minimalist paradise

FEB 8, 2018 | By Reecha Kulkarni
Grey walls and wooden floors accompany MUJI furnishings and accessories. Find local produce and continental cuisine at the MUJI Diner. You can use MUJI toothbrushes, towels and other accessories retailed at their stores. Clean lines, natural light and minimal furnishing only emphasise MUJI's brand philosophy.
And if you like what you see, you can pick it up from the huge MUJI store within the hotel. The popular homeware brand launched minimalist hotel in Shenzen, China. The hotel includes wellness amenities as well, including a gym and spa.

If you’ve ever walked into a MUJI store, you may have caught yourself swaying towards their comfy spring beds, while running your fingers through soft cotton towels and rows of neatly piled stationery. MUJI makes your casual fantasies come true with the launch of MUJI HOTEL in China: in other words, you are finally allowed to use everything you’ve seen in their stores.

The hotel opened on January 18, and wears the Japanese brand’s signature minimalist aesthetic in every room. Grey walls and wooden floors accompany MUJI furnishings and accessories in 79 bedrooms, ranging from $145 to $385 per night. The experience includes locally sourced ingredients at the MUJI Diner, a gym and a 24-hour library.
Checking-out may feel like the worst, but the hotel also houses a huge MUJI store that lets you pick up anything you liked during your stay.
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