You Don't Have to Be a Masked Vigilante to Enjoy This Batman Hotel Room
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Being Batman isn’t nearly as wonderful as it sounds. You are in constant battle with villains and their henchmen, and the suit is about as comfortable as it looks, so it’s a good thing you can live like Bats for a brief holiday stint without all the hard work.
The Daily Mail’s Catherine Eade recently covered Taiwan’s The Eden Motel in an article, highlighting the Batman room.
Now it’s called that because it looks like it was decorated by a couple of parents who really want their kid to be a DC fan. (Because Marvel is just drivel anyway).
Now when we say this is a Batman oasis, we mean it. The entire room is filled with nods to the Dark Knight.
Here are a couple of videos that will have some of you amateur vigilantes looking for flights to Taiwan:
As the video above and Eade note, the hotel is dedicated to a wide range of pop-culture-themed rooms.
Now you can get more information at the motel’s website, which features details on the Batman room as well as accommodations for fans of Alcatraz décor, jazz culture or highly suggestive murals of catwomen.
As for the adult who needs a Batman logo headboard in your life, the Bruce Wayne room is stocked: “The Eden Motel in Taiwan has kitted out one of its suites with a Batman double bed, batcave style walls, a Bat-tub and bat TVs and is finding the bat-themed room a real money spinner.”
Now this isn’t the kind of lodge that you will spend a week enjoying. Eade breaks down the price” “Miniature gargoyle figurines that look as if they are from Gotham city are just one of the features of the suite, which can be rented for £40 ($61) for three hours.”
It’s not like you have time to rest anyway. You are an adult with comic-book proclivities, which means a brief respite is all you desire anyway.
If this sounds familiar, you may remember reading about it in TravelPulse's roundup of similar hotel accommodations back in September. In addition to this particular Batman room, we also checked in on such character-driven accomodations as the 007 suite in Paris.
All of this has us leaning towards asking out next hotel to greet us in the lobby, not with a smile, but with a straight face and a bat signal.
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