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Rest or Fight Crime in This Batman-Themed Hotel Room

Rest or Fight Crime in This Batman-Themed Hotel Room

Are you ready to be vengeance and the night without investing hundreds of thousands of dollars into building a batcave? You can save cash by heading to Taiwan and spending some time at Eden Motel’s Batman-inspired room. The establishment in Kaohsiung City has a variety of themed rooms, but the Batman decor wins.

Let’s review all the superheroic touches in this slightly tacky yet fantastic room. The Bat-Signal is everywhere. It look as if they followed a guide that said, “When in doubt, slap the Bat-Signal on it.” You can spot the symbol on the headboard, on the mirror, surrounding the television, carved into the bench at the base of the bed, and slapped onto the front of a side table. There are so many that you could make a game out of locating them.

Besides the Bat-Signal, posters of Batman decorate the room. A mural of Gotham City covers the wall behind the bed, and some of the walls are textured and painted to look like a cave. It looks as if both taxidermied and paper bats are incorporated into the decorations. Those are all fine, but the crown jewel of the room as far as I’m concerned is the Batmobile-esque sofa. The couch doesn’t appear comfortable, but does that really matter?

It doesn’t seem like you can book the room overnight, just for a few hours for approximately $50. Yeah, you might want to wipe down that Batmobile couch with some Lysol before you get too cozy.

Would you hang your cowl in this hotel room for a night? Let us know in the comments!

HT: Technabob

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Comments

  1. Theresa law says:

    Yes I would if it wasn’t so damn far away damn!! Shit

  2. Zsasz says:

    Awful.

  3. No, because I can’t stay overnight (the text explains that).

  4. James Cruise says:

    The question is not would I stay here, the answer to that is too obvious.  The question is could I convince my wife to go too, and which costumes would she be willing to bring along.