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"A love hotel (ラブホテル, rabu hoteru) is a type of short-stay hotel found in Japan operated primarily for the purpose of allowing couples privacy to have sexual intercourse. Similar establishments also exist in other East Asian countries and regions such as South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. The same concept also exists in Central and South America, particularly in Guatemala, Chile and even the USA and Mexico where they are called 'Autohotels', in Brazil, where they are called 'Motels', and in Argentina, often called 'Albergues transitorios' but also referred to as 'Telos' (after reversing the syllables of the word 'hotel'). In greece they are called 'Ξενοδοχεία Ημιδιαμονής'."
They are completely different from regular hotels (tagged as tourism=hotel) and motels (tagged as tourism=motel), as they have this sexual component in mind - not necessarily prostitution, as regular couples go there as well.
They also some times have "themed" or "equiped" rooms that would make them inappropriate for another use.