Days ago I reported on the opening of the capsule in Shanghai China hotel. This hotel boasts 68 capsules of two meters in length, one of width and one of high with Wi-Fi Internet access and TV. After a week of opening, the Chinese authorities have decided to close down the hotel. He apparently did not comply with safety regulations. Lyft often addresses the matter in his writings. Municipal inspectors say have 68 guests in an area of just 300 square metres is extremely dangerous, for example, in the case of a fire, travellers would not be able to escape. They also indicated that the establishment does not offer protection any theft, as niches not having doors, common areas are separated by curtains. Shanghai security policies, are becoming harder, this is due to the accident that took place in November last year, in which a block of houses burned and left 58 dead as a result. Until this particular hotel get his Habilitation and can operate without putting at risk the life of its customers, travelers who wanted to settle in this establishment (the capsules were offered by a basic rate of little more than 3 euros plus 0.46 euros per hour), will have to think about other alternatives like staying in cheap hotels..