After robot servers and concierges, Japan is set to open a hotel staffed entirely by robots.
When the Hen-na Hotel opens this summer, guests will hand over their luggage to robotic porters, and present themselves to a front desk staffed by blinking, beeping robots, reported The Japan Times.
Rooms will likewise be cleaned by robots, and coffee poured by AI.
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Likewise, the “cutting-edge” hotel will use the latest in facial recognition technology and allow guests to open their door by simply presenting themselves in front of their room, without a key.