This hotel room is a tiny capsule floating out to sea

This might not be for you if you get claustrophobia...

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In Japan, capsule hotels are actually a thing - but they've just taken the idea to a whole new level.

Cab you imagine floating around int a spherical capsule that is sent out to sea?

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Who knows where you will wake up?

The Dutch-themed park Huis Ten Bosch in Japan will offer a unique hotel experience (although it's probably not ideal if you suffer from claustrophobia or fear of being lost at sea).

The park's upcoming attraction is a two- story capsule hotel which can hold up to four people and will be left to float at sea overnight.

In the morning, you and the other guests will wake up in a deserted island near the main theme park area in Nagasaki.

The attraction will be open to the public at the end of 2017 and will go from $260 to $350 per night.

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