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After opening its doors in October, Contemporist has profiled Japanese architect Yasushi Horibe's new floating hotel, Guntû. The 19-room vessel in turn calls home to Japan's Seto Inland Sea.

Guests can then take advantage of a spacious rooftop deck, complete with lounges and a bar, as well as an indoor lounge that also invites patrons to yet another bar area. Various suites are featured within the establishment, including the Grand Suite, Guntu Suite and Terrace Suite, each of which is highlighted by its captivating wooden interior. Those who stay in such rooms can enjoy a deep soaking tub, a semi-outdoor lounge, and a deck with unobstructed views of the sea.

For more on Yasushi Horibe's Guntû, follow on over to Contemporist, then visit the hotel's website to book your stay.

Also, be sure to check out the Pure House Boutique Hotel that lets you become one with nature.

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