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Stay @solwavehouse: The World’s First Twitter Hotel

by Hazel Chua
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A lot of people I know don’t go anywhere without tweeting about it or posting a picture on Instagram or Facebook announcing whatever it is they’re about to do or wherever it is they’re about to go.

For people like them, I’d recommend staying @SolWaveHouse, aka the Twitter Hotel.

World’s First Twitter Hotel

Not that it’s officially sponsored by Twitter or anything, but the hotel is all about being social and sharing your experience there using social media.

The facilities are peppered with signs encouraging you to tweet and post online, including one on your room’s refrigerator with the #FillMyFridge hashtag.

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My favorite has got to be the decal they put on their mirrors though, which featured the hashtag #HowDoYouLikeMyNewLook? and #Moustache, with an actual mustache decal on the mirror.

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Check out the clip below of the kind of experience you’ll get at the Sol Wave hotel.

It’s definitely a Tweeter’s paradise.

[via PSFK via Bit Rebels]



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