Japan is always coming up with ways to out-Japan themselves. Their newest move? Japanese company Huis Ten Bosch built a new hotel, named Henn-na Hotel or Evolve Hotel, run by ten robots. Robots will check you in. Carry your luggage. Deliver your room service. Clean your room. It opens to the public tomorrow, Friday July 16th. If you're interested in staying there, it's 9,000 yen (or 80 bucks) a night.

Although many are skeptical about the appeal of a hotel without guest service, I personally would appreciate checking out without having to admit to a human that I ate four bags of M&Ms and rented Osmosis Jones two nights in a row.