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This Batman Hotel Room Is Amazing

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This is the room you deserve, but not the one you need right now. Unless you fancy a lie down.

The Eden Motel in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, has this incredible Batman-themed room. For 6600 dollars a night (£135), you can relax in your own personal bat-cave.

Features include a Batman headboard, Tumbler-shaped easy chair and functioning bat signal. We're speculating here, but it's possible that you shine the bat signal when you need help from reception: for instance, your trouser press is faulty, or you're running low on those little pots of UHT milk. 

But what if you don't like bats? Well, fear not. The Eden Motel also has a Catwoman room (£177 a night), and rooms themed on the The Wizard Of OzA Bug's Life and Sex And The City. You know, all the classic films. 

There's also an Alcatraz room, just in case you want your stay to be a constant reminder of a derelict high-security prison. 

We think we've spotted one crucial thing missing from this Bat-room, though: a flashing red telephone. Sort it out, guys.

In the mean time, which Joker left his towels all over the floor?

[Via: DesignTAXI]

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