Spirit Hotel


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After being unemployed for a long time, Feisha Shi finally found a new job – the front desk manager at the oldest hotel in the universe.

This hotel has a fallen angel, vampire, werewolf, faerie, dwarf, titan, invisible person… just no humans.

This hotel serves customers who are fallen angels, vampires, werewolves, faeries, dwarves, titans, invisible people… still no humans.

This hotel’s name?

Noah’s Ark.

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New Oxbaris
August 2, 2020
Status: c121
What can I say?

It's a light read, it's good if you want to waste some time and have a very good laugh every chapter but... yeah, there isn't much going on for it -which is why is only 3 stars.

Feisha is a shameless MC, his antics with the rest of the crew are funny and messy and most of the time it makes situation worse... but that's the comedy part of it and really, I laughed a lot.

As for the main ship... yeah, no, so much potential wasted. The first... more>> 40 chapters or so they barely interact, since Feisha is more involved in other people's love lives. Then it just... happens?

For someone that fell from Heaven because of the sin of Coldness, you'd expect Isefel to take a little bit more to warm up to a Feisha that annoyed him for 40 chapters. But I guess Feisha is the chosen one?


I really enjoyed the side ships more.

The author got Shamal/Jesse so right. Their story is so well done in the extra that I was impressed and then depressed because it worked better than the main one.


My advice?
Read this story in between two more stories that have more plot and substance. It's a perfect way to cleanse your palate from one book to the other. <<less
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New clxndestinely rated it
July 31, 2020
Status: Completed
A decent Mo Dao Zu Shi ripoff but with modern fantasy instead of cultivation.

Basically, we have a sassy and not-exactly-charitable human guy and an excessively indifferent but hot fallen angel (speaking of, the romance doesn't flow well. It was expected but sudden, you know?). They're cute, but there isn't much to say about them, since their romance only existed at the last two dozen or so chapters.

Side characters have a serious case of negative IQ and EQ, but they're 3D when the author wants them to be. Also, the arcs... more>> weren't meaningful at all but consisted of joining gay couples (the two hetero couples weren't even given side glances) with the help of MC's momentary, well, manipulation. Might as well mention now that MC barely ever contributed to these (he was mainly spectating due to his gossipy soul and the unrealistic romances) but was still declared as some master matchmaker. His matchmaking, in reality, is mediocre at best. Plus, the way he helped resolve romantic conflicts was rather toxic: some needed a slap in the face but got pointless encouragement, whilst some needed encouragement but got a slap in the face. Somehow, they worked out (the author needs some emotional response lessons, man).

The overall plot... was dumb (and also more of an arc). Like, I get the Metatron thing, but the truth about the rebels was basically unrelated to the MC. The masterminds were characters that MC had never met. Typical. Also, the part itself existed to strengthen MC and ML's romance (absence makes the heart grow fonder).

There's also the seducing thing at the start (the chapter called dubious consent, haha). Aphrodisiacs are not the method to make a fallen angel love you, mate. I mean, it makes sense, since MC is Chinese (though I disliked the rather-westernised flipping of his name) and, as a Chinese, I know full well how convoluted the ideas of consent are in there. Still, it was both a twisted and pointless part. Let's not mention the lolicon thing. Please do not try having s*x with someone old but with a child's body. Please.

There isn't, like, anything else in this story. Except for the unclarity of Metatron, I have no other complaints. Maybe I wanted to see more of MC's grumpy-when-awoken scenes, but that's about it. ExiledRebels, like always, hasn't disappointed with their translations, and the jokes were funny at times.

Overall: a mediocre read. Would not reread, but also wouldn't unread/forget. <<less
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Chi rated it
September 3, 2017
Status: c23
Even if one isn't that fan of yaoi, one should give it a chance for it's gold comedy!

The everyday life at work never was this fun lol

A quote of the characters about the mc

No wonder God was so adamant to keep humans’ continued participation in Noah’s Ark despite their fragility and ignorance of the nine worlds. He never understood before, but now he did:

Because humans have this shameless, sly son of a bit*h called Feisha Shi.

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Erlevien rated it
July 8, 2017
Status: c9
This is really great!

The MC is really interesting and not a pushover

I really hope that he will get into a relationship with someone soon, only seeing the other gay couple loitering around him makes me frustrated xD

I hope the translator won't ever drop this novel! X)
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curryninja rated it
November 2, 2017
Status: c85
The MC is so funny lol. The MC can do both tsukkomi and boke well that he can just talk to himself xD... The MC's romance with a certain someone is slow at first but so cute haha. It takes time for ML to notice he's fallen (pun intended) but slowly he does and starts protecting the only human in the hotel (he already did protect him unconsciously while not realizing he likes him) ; is just really cute. The other characters esp Gin and that fairie is quite selfish... more>> but it makes the story funnier. The MC is basically a matchmaker/communicational tool/idea brainstorming bank for these people. And they will ask him for help to solve problems cuz he is quite smart. This has a slice of life feel with it but with a fantasy setting.

Recommended to people who want to read something fun, hilarious and relaxing, also (the translator's notes are informative and great for people who want to learn more) I think the humor is subtle at some point and does't translate well, I went ahead to listen to the audiobook and found it really funny in its original language. <<less
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sakatakin rated it
July 26, 2017
Status: c17
No other word than amazing!

The story's funny, the characters are great, and the MC is really shameless, and loves money (even though the opposite happens to him). Even though there's still no romance for the MC, but everything else makes it up. And the translator is amazing as well, he/she translates the jokes so that we can understand it as well. One of the best yaoi novels I've read!
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Gluttony rated it
November 28, 2017
Status: c34
I’ve never met such a shameless MC in my life.... so naturally he’s now one of my favourite characters. The characters are all so well developed and unique and I’m dying for the romance to unfold. Right now it’s pretty much nonstop, hilarious drama with sudden doses of feels which makes for an engaging and fun read.
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lyn rated it
November 13, 2017
Status: c33
I read this because of the almost all 5 stars review. I thought I am going to like it. But, I think I have too high expectation about this novel.

So far, the story is sort of a slice of life, where nothing really is going on in the story. The world building and the flow of the story could have been done so much better. Everything in this novel just jumps all over the place that I don't even understand what's going on anymore. I read the reviews that this... more>> is very funny... but I don't even laugh when I read this. Maybe it's just me, but I do think the humour is not relatable and the reference is just so hard to understand that I don't even know it is supposed to be funny. I don't know it is because of the author writing style or the missing nuance in the translation. What I feel is that it is a difficult reading, compared to other novels I have read (and I read a lot). Plus the characters are so unlikeable. <<less
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alexfilia rated it
August 11, 2017
Status: c17
The MC gets choosen as a human representative for the oldest hotel in the world!... the MC is shameless and at first struggles to accept his new reality - living with a bunch of supernatural creatures stronger than himshelf and no women for a year! :D
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idlehands rated it
September 28, 2019
Status: Completed
Before I start to tear the novel apart, I want to say that it's a really decent story if you are able to turn off your brain, if you don't think about anything too deeply, then you are likely to enjoy it a lot.

I too had fun while reading as long as I managed to stay on the surface of the story, sadly I'm not the kind of person who can keep this up for long, no matter the genre, I expect utmost consistency.

Would I read it again? No,... more>> neither do I regret reading it, it doesn't matter how annoyed I am by all of the flaws, it still kept me busy for five or so hours, it made me laugh, which is an achievement worth praising, it was okay for a one-time experience, that's why I give it three stars instead of one; not everything has to be perfect to be entertaining, I can heavily criticise a work of art and still like it to some extent, these two things are not mutually exclusive.

That being said, points that bugged me:

    • It's yet another story that tells you, repeatedly, that the MC is straight, only to turn him gay in the span of 40 or so chapters, the first conversation with his coworkers was about him being gay or straight, just to establish who is and isn't into men, and who has to change to liking men for the story to continue.
    • Everyone is gay. You are either indifferent or gay, no other options. This is a personal problem of mine, I can't stand the "everyone is gay" premise that is so prevalent in BL, if you have no problem with this, then you can overlook this point.
    • Spoiler

      The use of aphrodisiacs made me nauseous, the first incidence already showed how messed up it was, from broken relationships to broken pride and loss of dignity, everyone was enraged - then they themselves use it on someone to force them into a sexual encounter. I guess it's only wrong when others do it (?)

    • There's the general consensus that forcing someone into a romantic relationship is completely okay, even when one of them, or both of the people in question, disagree with it.
    • Why are all characters so desperately horny? Feisha will be there for only one year, but everyone treats it like he'll stay for the rest of his life, therefore pressure him into a relationship. "It would be boring to stay single". Who needs natural development when you can use a lazy shortcut?
    • I always wonder why authors who write about gay s*x seem to have no idea how it works, immense pain and injuries are treated like there's no other way, you have to endure it in the name of love. an*l s*x isn't painful or bloody, not when done right, like it should be when love is involved, it's not hard to research so my patience for this has run out a long time ago.
    • No logic whatsoever, the whole novel is filled with plot-furthering inconsistencies and instances of plot armour for the MC.
    • Metatron's floor can only be reached by those who... well, that's not quite clear because it changes several times in the story, even him blocking someone from entering is suddenly possible. Metatron is a guest, he has no power over the hotel except for when it's convenient for the plot.
    • Feisha stated several times that he never dated - until the story called for it - then he did. It seems his ex-girlfriend only exists when it's good for the plot, when she has to be compared to Isefel, or when she's popping out of nowhere to ridicule Feisha, because she never actually liked him, she became his girlfriend... for reasons. Of course, he never really loved her either, his one true love is Isefel, which is understandable considering that Feisha is a straight man who never showed any interest in other man before meeting him and keeps drooling whenever he sees a pair of breasts. Maybe that's the secret, the hotel turns people gay.
    • The money he earns can't be taken to the human world, but he can bring whatever possessions he has, like inventions that don't exist in our world, even gold coins can be brought back - except for his salary. Why is his hard earned money taboo but money he got from elsewhere and inventions from other realms, which could cause lots of trouble in the human world, are fine? I fail to see what the author was trying to do here, it makes no sense no matter how I look at it.
    • It's stated early on that the hotel can stop on earth only once per year, to get a new employee, yet thanks to a very convenient space rift, they can dock earlier and even come back a few days later by bending the rules further, giving our MC the chance to get back together with his lover.
    • Most of the ending happens off screen, everything is resolved, everyone's happy, the reader will never know how and why. You can get a bit of information from the extras - an absolute no-go. We, as readers, should never be forced to read extras to understand the main story, that's why they are extras, call me captious but I can't let this slide.

Comedy is a very creative and wide genre, I love the occasional black joke or questionable moments turned into humorous situations, however:


I personally draw the line when it comes to shota/paedophilia, the first time it came up was quite funny, then it turned creepy very quickly. It doesn't matter that the person who's body turned into a child's is actually an adult, as soon as s*x is involved, it's nothing but shotacon, that's the typical way to get away with it, the character looks like a child but is of legal age.

It's despicable, I really want to know why on earth the author thought that it's even remotely okay as soon as it left the realm of comedy and went straight up to smut heaven.


Not everything can be pardoned by saying "it's comedy", there are certain rules, even for black or dark jokes, if it doesn't have an origin the joke derives from, nothing it makes fun of, then it's not comedy. There were a lot of moments that fall into this category, plainly messed up, nothing else.

The redeeming qualities are:

    • (Some of) the jokes, they are a hit or miss, I laughed out loud several times, of course that might be different for other people so don't quote me on that.
    • The MC isn't a clueless pure shou but a scheming, clever, shameless, and brave person with a sharp tongue, he gets himself into trouble but (usually) manages to get out without help, I really wish more BL MCs would be like him.
    • Other characters aren't bad either, some are a bit flat, they play rather unimportant supporting roles so it's nothing to be unsatisfied with, but it's a pity that most of the mains got reduced to one or two characteristics for most of the story, they have nuances, the author just doesn't utilise them well enough, it makes everyone seem unnecessarily one-dimensional. Regardless, their interactions are fun, it's a nice mix.
If you can let go of logical thinking, aren't dead set on everything being well-thought out, then try it, it's funny, fluffy, overly dramatic, with lots of nonsense that'll keep you entertained for hours. <<less
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BillionJellyfish rated it
March 28, 2019
Status: c110
This is one of the most hilarious and comedic novel I've ever read!

The MC is an absolute King when it comes down to verbal retorts and insults. I've read about op MCs, naïve MCs, determined MCs, evil MCs, etc., but this is the first time I've ever read about a savage MC. Almost every comment the MC makes burn like Hell.

Detailed summary:

The MC (Feisha) is a poor adult who's only working experience is as a front desk manager for a hotel. After quitting his front desk manager position, the MC... more>> goes job hunting and receives an ad for a front desk position at a hotel. After arriving at the Noah's Ark Hotel, the oldest hotel in the universe, the MC is forcefully contracted as the newest front desk manager for 1 year. Not only is the MC the front desk manager of the hotel, but is also the human representative of his race. After a series of unfortunate events, the MC successfully becomes the mediator and matchmaker of several gay couples before falling in love with the CEO of Noah's Ark Hotel (ML).

Romantic development:

The ML is a fallen angel who has sinned. Because of this, the ML is stuck in Noah's Ark Hotel until he can find redemption. The ML is the stereotypical CEO: cold beauty, facial paralysis, reticent, monotonous, etc. In contrast, the MC is a gossip monger, prankster, and a god at verbal retorts. After the MC realized his feelings for the ML, the MC boldly flirts with the ML till the ML caves in. The MC goes through an emotional series of twists and turns before finally getting together with the ML and like that, they live happily ever after. Suffice to say, the ending is a happy one. Besides the main couple, there are also many gay side couples for readers to ship left and right for amusement. After the novel, there are many extras depicting the MC and ML's honeymoon vacation and more~


I enjoyed the novel very much, especially all the antics the MC gets up to. Every side character is fleshed out with distinct personalities, so it's easy to remember who's who. I absolutely love the MC of this novel as well as the sweet moments between the MC and ML. The novel is written and translated so well that I was absorbed into the story and wish there was more. I will definitely reread this novel again because it's that good, so needless to say, I highly recommend this novel! <<less
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Mi17 rated it
December 4, 2017
Status: c36
The thing about Spirit Hotel is that it's a farce and everyone is the straight man to Feisha Shi, our MC. It's also a bit absurd and a lot punny which is right up my alley for comedy. I have to give props to the translator for the wonderful job he/she/they are doing in getting across the puns and giving actually helpful and interesting translation notes at the end.

Read this for the ridiculous situations the characters get themselves into and their hilarious solutions to them. Read this for the off... more>> the wall character interactions and their slightly less sane relationships with each other. Maybe don't read this for the romance because that's coming slower than drip coffee on the mornings that you forget to set your coffee maker.

Anyway, the humor may not be for everyone because farce + absurd + punny will definitely not be everyone's cup of tea, but if you like any one of those things then go for it and if you don't but you're hoping the romance will help you out then don't do it. <<less
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Honey B rated it
June 6, 2019
Status: Completed
Shameless!! This story's MC was perfectly shameless and I loved every minute of it. He's not the OP black-bellied kind of shameless, but the shoot his mouth off then hides behind someone who can protect him shameless. Yes, he's kind of a weasel, yet its hilarious! And his antics and interactions with the other crazy characters makes up for the ML's lack of personality. Trust me, the MC has enough personality to carry that relationship!!

Side note: awesome translation!
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pinkumilkuu rated it
April 23, 2019
Status: Completed
First of all, thank you so much to the translator they did a really great job with the explanation of the puns and jokes of the characters. I MTLed 115-end coz I NEED TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED WITH SHAMAL AND JESSE ASAP.

anywayyyy, I'm rating this 4 out of 5.

The Good:

  • The MC's personality- he is very shameless and mischievous but also very likable. Every "scheme" he does is the highlight of the whole novel.

    I especially love Borja's arc where they all plotted to expel him out of the hotel

    He's basically a conman posing as a Front Desk Manager
  • MC's relationship with the rest of the employees of Noah's Ark. I like the MCs interactions with them especially with Gin, the vampire since that's the start of all the problems he encountered in his first few months at the hotel. It isn't shown explicitly but you'll see the gradual change in the MCs feelings towards his coworkers.
  • The extras - Ah yes, the extras where authors all cram the sweet moments lol; shouldve been longer tbh
  • The overall theme of the novel.
The Meh/Bad:

  • MC x ML - now don't get me wrong, I do ship them but their sweet moments/the process of them falling in love with each other is really disappointing. Most of them are just "hints" (slight flirting but no real progress) and you feel that they only have a crush on each other but not full on LOVE. I feel that MC got more chance to be Gin's partner than ML with all the plotting and sneaking lol.
  • Open-ended problems -

    Novem union vs Liberation Resistance is weird, they put it there for what?? I think it can be fully omitted and there'll be almost no change in the plot lol. Where's the closure on Almedande x Dea conflict? Why was that skipped? What happened to Asa? They won't look for him anymore and teach him how to create a Theater group? What about that demon who asked how was Metatron? What was their relationship? Etc etc

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jl050503 rated it
November 12, 2018
Status: Completed
I've read the translation, raws, everything, and I can tell you, that if you like shameless protagonists who act before they think, it's perfect for you!

... more>>

The emotional melodrama is real! But all the couples are lovely and happy by the end, making me very satisfied~ I could just feel the tension and emotions from the characters just from the writing. I think this author is too OP... Anyways, there are some issues and major plot twists, but all in all, it's a happy ending! P.S.-There is a traitor that one wouldn't have expected at all! That's all I'll tell you!


I enjoyed it, and hopefully, you will too!

There were a lot more special extras than I anticipated, but they were all really great! And the raws aren't that hard to decipher either, it makes a lot of sense, just the name changes and grammar are weird. I really suggest for you to try out this humorous tale! <<less
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January 31, 2018
Status: --
Spirit hotel will either be a hit or miss for you.

Mainly with the scheming, cunning protagonist.
"Scheming" as in, it can get really f*cking cringey to read.

I personally found it horrendous and couldn't bear to read on what this shameless protagonist intended to plan. It's just too s*upid for me to handle.
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Tazberry rated it
April 24, 2020
Status: Completed
By far the funniest novel I've read so far. Had me on the floor every chapter, at least until the translator changed, then it became more toned down and more of a story with a hint of humor. The writing is fairly good, it kept my attention and I didn't feel lost at any point. The characters are interesting and always have something going on to keep the story going. I was actually questioning if the MC would get a love interest until I finally got into the later chapters... more>> and I realized, "Oh, he actually does!" It's a good read without a "deep" plot. Stuff happens and it's fun to read about, after time passes I think I would definitely enjoy re-reading this. <<less
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rinshi rated it
March 5, 2020
Status: Completed
this was exactly what I was looking for lately. Something funny, lighthearted, but still cute. Of course, it had many flaws (and some reviewers elaborated on those), but I usually don't start reading a lighthearted comedy genre with deep expectations. Within its genre, it does exactly what it is supposed to. It is pure comedy with a romantic subplot, and I love it for this. (Although, of course, I would have liked to have a little bit more romance, but you can't have everything XD)

The main as well as... more>> the side characters are well fleshed out and distinctive. They all contribute in their own way to the humor of the story (I especially love the combination of Gin and Feisha).

This novel had me smirk most of the times and even made laugh out loud. Sure, sometimes the humor did not translate well, but, overall, the translators did an amazing job to get the meaning as close as possible, or explain it in case this endeavor does not succeed. I know this kind of humor is not for everyone, but I still strongly recommend you give it a try to see if it is your cup of tea.

Oh, and do please read the extras; they are gold. They're a return to the slice of life style from the beginning of the story which I liked so much. Without them the novel is only half as good imho. They wrap up the novel nicely and make up for the rather abrupt ending,

Thus, if you like a lighthearted SOL novel with a shameless MC, punny and s*upid humor, but not too much drama, go give this one a try! <<less
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amruta rated it
January 29, 2020
Status: Completed
3.5 stars

A good story with a cheeky MC and an OP stoic ML. The world building is good and so are the characters. Unfortunately, there are a lot of loose ends. Conflicts are mentioned and then no resolution is shown. So what was the point? If this story was warped up better, would have given a 4.5 stars rating. But there are too many unanswered questions.
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Efu-sama rated it
November 1, 2019
Status: Completed

sure enough the tag is a bit wrong, this is not a tad bit horror at all LOL. It's a pure 24k comedy! Really, I read this because I want some Thrill after I got bored reading another novel. Aaaand the result I got is completely the same, the Thrill I got from laughing and rolling so much at the dead of the night LOL.

Basically, it's a story about a normal modern human who's unlucky enough to got dragged onto the world of supernatural. He needs to become a supernatural... more>> hotel staff for a year whether he wanted or not. Thus he meets another supernatural being, have an adventure, watch the real life drama between colleague, become a matchmaker, and eventually the victim of matchmaker instead.

It's not about weak MC or OP ML. Not at all! The MC honestly speaking is truly weak. But how could a normal human (a normal modern office worker human who barely work out at that) be stronger than any supernatural being? Of course he's the weakest of them all LOL! But instead of the story become the damsel in distress or knight saving the princess style, it become the adventure of the white rabbit in a wild jungle LOL, the MC is weak but he rely on his communication ability, the power of con man, the power of a slippery tongue hotel manager, to actually survive and (somehow) make friends with other creature LOL.

lastly I need to remind that it's a pure comedy. There are romance, ugh but maybe it's the type of romcom. SO, DEFINITELY WORTH TRYING FOR! <<less
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25th bamm rated it
May 8, 2019
Status: c123
Overall I really enjoyed this novel. I would suggest it even for non-bl readers. This novel was hilarious and had fun characters. The romance came kind of late in the story or at least was a very slow burn. I enjoy that but others might not. I think the main couple is very cute together.

The MC becomes overridden with boredom due to the lack of entertainment. This causes him to turn to people as a source of entertainment, in turn, he becomes a gossip fiend. Due to his love for... more>> gossip, he gets into troublesome situations. In these situations, he meets new people, learns about new worlds and people, and becomes closer to his fellow co-workers and the ML.

Some complaints. I feel as if the story didn't fully explore some characters, worlds, and conflicts. Some characters weren't explored enough, like Leighton, Gin, Asa, and Antonio.

Their past was only mentioned in passing. The author never went into their worlds. Based on what was said, each one was powerful/important in their worlds. So why did the story never go into it? All of them were fun characters but some didn't have much depth. Asa and Antonio in particular. Asa's betrayal was a chance for major character development but it wasn't really used. Antonio is mostly in the background, we don't get to see different sides to him.


The translators did an amazing job translating this novel. The number of puns and jokes are great and the translators translated them all flawlessly.

This novel is super funny and such a fun read. I hope you have fun while reading it! <<less
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sakirol rated it
March 19, 2018
Status: c42
Spirit Hotel is all about the comedy. Join our MC in his shameless antics and shenanigans. Jokes primarily focus on how shameless our MC is and a variety of puns. If you can't enjoy the humor, this may not be entertaining for you. However, it's a blast if you enjoy the comedy.

Serious shout-out to the translator. This novel wouldn't be half as interesting without his/her efforts with the jokes.
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