If you’ve ever complained about the size of your hotel room, you might reconsider what you term ‘small’ when you see these tiny rooms. Capsule hotels have actually been popular in Japan for decades and are a convenient place for busy businessmen or late-night revellers to rest their heads and avoid a long trek home. The pods are stacked two-high and in a long row, with each tiny room including a bed, TV, radio and wireless internet connection. The single window/door also has the option of a shade for complete privacy. Whether you consider them cosy or claustrophobic, there’s no denying the capsule rooms are the perfect option for anyone wanting a quick and hassle-free night’s sleep.