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Love hotels in Japan provide a service that is very unique in the world. They play a convenient role for those passionate one-night stands, which is exactly the sort of business you’d expect at a place called a “love hotel”. But they are also a place where married couples can go who are being pressured from their parents to give them some grandchildren. That’s kind of hard to do with mom and dad in the room next door. One quick glance in any city shows that these love hotels are a dime a dozen, which is probably why there are so many random and fun hotels with different styles of rooms and designs.

And now, with the convenience of the Internet, choosing a love hotel is easier than ever. Why should we settle with those “flattering” pictures they provide when we can take a tour of it ourselves with the help of Google Street View!

This isn’t the first time we’ve toured a business with Google, but a love hotel can range from “OMG amazing” to “OMG gross” so it seems pretty convenient to be able to check one out before “business time”.

Today’s love hotel or “designer hotel” is located in Shinjuku, home to the busiest train station in the world. Named Designer’s HOTEL&SPA PASHA RESORT, with its curly font and Las Vegas lighting, it certainly looks like anything could be happening inside. If only we could check!

Bling Bling! But is it as flashy on the inside…?

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If only we could walk into the front lobby, all our questions would be answered.

Oh wait, yes we can! Don’t worry if you get lost, here is one of the rooms all primed for you to explore.

The first picture of the room. Looks stylish!

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▼We are moving!

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Beam me outta here!

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Snazzy. Slippers when in the room of course. 

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▼A view down the hallway. There is more that can be explored. We’ll leave it to you!

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So the next time you are picking out a “banging” hotel, make sure you use all the tools at your disposal, check to see if you can wander around inside with Google Street View. Just be glad…or disappointed that the pictures aren’t taken in real time.

Source: Reddit
Images: Google Street View