That, ladies and gentlemen, is a look inside Hotel Gracery in Tokyo and as you can see, it’s absolutely chock full of everyone’s favorite kaiju. Located in the Shinjuku district, one of the most densely populated areas of Tokyo, there’s probably no better place to have a giant Godzilla looming/watching over the area.
For those of you who don’t like to feel safe at night, the hotel comes complete with a “Godzilla viewing room” that offers a view of ol’ red eyes peeking in on you while you sleep. There’s also a room with a scale model of the King of Monsters, loaded with memorabilia, walls covered in Godzilla posters from over the years, and the right hand (or is it paw?) of Godzilla himself crashing through the wall to ruin whatever weird kaiju-themed bedroom activities you may have planned. Once you’re done making the King Gidorah with two backs, you can head on up to the observation deck to check out the roaring 171 foot tall bust of Godzilla peering over the side of the building.
If you’ve got a Japan trip planned anytime soon you can book one of the rooms at Hotel Gracery for the fairly reasonable price of about $125 a night. At least that’s what we think it’s reasonable. We don’t really have much to go on for comparison on prices when it comes to iconic monster themed hotel rooms.
What do you think of the Godzilla hotel? Which room do you think is the best: the peeping monster one or the one where you can clearly take prom pictures with your private kaiju statue? Let us know in the comments below.