The hotel consits of the hotel (H22), and an open plan dining and bar-lounge area (D22). The concept behind the design was based on a fictional character 'Mr X'- a middle aged man that travels the globe and loves to open his home up to his friends. Nanae Yamamoto, senior manager of Tama Home's operations department has said to Asia Life Magazine, 'The idea is that the house, as usual, is bustling with friends who were invited to his party' referring to Mr X.
To one end of the venue there is these quirky and cozy little wooden chalets. These will speak to the inner child in all of us, decked out with a simple bunk bed and foldable desk to work away with your laptop. They remind me of a cute little cubby house...
The standard rooms are a tad bigger and have the beds elevated on the timber platform. We especially love this timber platform and bedhead with the smart looking ensuite in the background.
The deluxe rooms are definitely a lot more spacious and look great with the floor to ceiling windows allowing the natural light to flood in. The ensuite is also cleverly designed and zoned by having the platform and bulkhead. Even with the rooms being quite basic, they are tastefully styled and very functional. This is a great hotel for the well travelled business people coming into town and also couples.