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If you suffer from allergies, you know how nerve-wracking spending the night in a strange place can be, let alone a hotel room where many other people and their questionable living habits have gone before you.
We like to think that all housekeepers do a thorough job cleaning the hotel rooms but sadly, we know that isn't the case. And besides, people with severe allergies can still be affected by traces of the dog that stayed in the room three months before. Which is why there are Pure Rooms.
Hypo-allergenic hotel rooms have been around for nearly a decade now and Pure Solutions has been creating allergy-friendly hotel rooms for various brands and properties across the U.S. Each room follows "a patented 7-step process that eliminates and protects against 98-100% of viruses, bacteria and other irritants that are harmful to people with asthma and allergies." Now, Pure is letting allergy sufferers book their special hotel rooms through a new booking engine, booking.pureroom.com.
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We've had our fair share of Japanese hotel adventures, though we never quite tire of hearing about the country's unique taste in budget accommodations. Starting at around $38/night, these places are ideal if you have little cash to spare but need more than just a washing machine-sized capsule.
RocketNews has put together a handy list of the best amenities offered at Japanese budget hotels, explaining in 26 concise bullet points all the useful little extras that get thrown in, like free internet, free toiletries, free water, hand-written notes from housekeepers, pillow menus, origami souvenirs, and air purifiers. Oh yeah, and high-tech toilets.
Which got us thinking...where in the US can we find similar types of amenities?