The new Ukrainian chain of futuristic capsule hotels Monotel plans to open its first facility near Besarabska Square in August, and two more in Zoloti Vorota (Golden Gate) and near the Kyiv's bike track – by the end of 2019, the press service of the operator has told Interfax-Ukraine. "We are planning to open the first facility on Independence Day. It will be located at 9/28 Shevchenko Boulevard and will be designed for 28 people. It includes women's and men's bedrooms with 10 beds each and one bedroom for couples with four double capsules. read full article on https://open4business.com.ua
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Futuristic capsule hotel chain to open its doors in Kyiv, starting at $36 a night, online check-in and silent service
A chain of futuristic hotels with tech capsules instead of conventional rooms is to open its doors in Kyiv. The project is called Monotel, and according to its representatives, the first hotel is set to open its doors in Kyiv as soon as in August of this year. Ksenia Chigarkina, a co-founder of Monotel, shared the details of the hotel with AIN.UA. What is a capsule hotel The concept of the hotel appeals to the rational use of both space and resources. The tradition of sleep in capsular space came from Asia: such hotels began to appear in Tokyo back in the 70s – it is the cheapest way to get through the night there.