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First Cabin, a New Compact Hotel at Haneda Airport - Overnight Stays Start at JPY 4,900

First Cabin, a New Compact Hotel at Haneda Airport - Overnight Stays Start at JPY 4,900

First Cabin Haneda Terminal 1

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On April 23, Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd. and First Cabin Inc. opened the First Cabin Haneda Terminal 1 compact hotel inside Terminal 1 of Haneda Airport in Ohta Ward, Tokyo.

The "cabins" are a budget hotel somewhere between a business hotel and capsule hotel. There are 130 of these guestrooms available in a central location on the terminal's first floor. The First Class Cabin luxury guestroom is designed like the first class section of an airliner with a height, width and depth of 2.1 meters, a 32-inch LCD TV, a large bed 120 cm wide, a bedside table, internet connectivity and more. The regular guestroom, called a Business Class Cabin, has dimensions of 1.2 x 2.1 x 2.1 meters. Common facilities include a large communal bath, shower booths and a lounge.

Under the Hotel Business Law, the entrance to the part of a "budget hotel" containing guestrooms cannot be locked, but First Cabin Haneda Terminal 1 maintains security with separate areas for men's and women's rooms, card keys to enter facilities and storage with locks and keys. Rooms can be rented for daytime use only if desired. The regular rate for an overnight stay is JPY 5,900 for the First Class Cabin and JPY 4,900 for the Business Class Cabin, but only JPY 2,000 and 1,600, respectively, for a two-hour stay. Rooms can be booked through the hotel's website or on the phone.

First Cabin Haneda Terminal 1 is the second hotel available to the general public at the airport after the Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu, which is joined to Terminal 2.

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