when i was a student, i was addicted to the library in my school. and i was dreaming that i can live in it for my life and i can finish all the books available there.
you re right, i am a library-oriented guy.
and suddenly an idea flash in my mind, that is why we can put library into hotel or put hotel into library, anyway i mean that why don't we build a library hotel.
then i google it (library hotel)
what a pity~ in this world there has already been a library hotel in the NY.
The Library Hotel is a 60-room boutique hotel in New York City, located at 299 Madison Avenue (at 41st Street), near the New York Public Library, Bryant Park, and Grand Central Terminal. The Hotel was designed by architect Stephen B. Jacobs.
The hotel boasts a unique organizing principle: each of its ten guest floors has a theme, designated after a major category of the Dewey Decimal Classification (the 5th floor, for example, is the 500s, the Sciences), with each room as a subcategory or genre, such as Mathematics (Room 500.001) or Botany (Room 500.004). (Dewey categories 000, 100, and 200 are placed on the 10th, 11th, and 12th floors, respectively.) Other room themes include Erotic Literature (Room 800.001), Poetry (Room 800.003), and Music (Room 700.005). All rooms have a small complement of books and decorations that accompany the theme, with 6000 books overall throughout the hotel.
Because of this classification scheme, the hotel owners were sued in 2003 by the OCLC (owners of the Dewey Decimal Classification system). OCLC reached an agreement with the hotel enabling the hotel to continue using the Dewey system. OCLC Press Release
Hotel Denouement from Lemony Snicket's The Penultimate Peril was modeled after the Library Hotel.