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UK 'tween' hotel opens with iPads, PlayStations and 3D walls

UK 'tween' hotel opens with iPads, PlayStations and 3D walls

In case your kids don't already have it all at home, now you can spoil them rotten on holidays as well with a hotel designed just for them.

The newly-built Wave Hotel in Bognor Regis, England, is designed specifically for pre-teen kids, with rooms decked out with iMacs, iPads, PS3s and iPod docking stations.

The nautical-themed hotel rooms feature cabin bunk beds with built-in TVs, porthole windows and "concept walls that transform into 3D scenes with a special app". We're not sure how that works, but it sounds like fun!

Room prices start at $450 AUD a night. So kids, you'd better start behaving yourselves if you want to persuade Mum and Dad to splash out.


Wave Hotel in Bognor Regis: Beyoncé look-alike not included.

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