The challenging Chinese market and high operational costs led to the decision of closing the service.
Customers in China were redirected to other Habbo communities.
From this screen, members can navigate to rooms via the Navigator and browse the rooms of the hotel, look for items to buy in the catalogue, read user-made stories on the Habbo Stories widget, private message friends on their Habbo friends list or enter their preset Home room.
Public Rooms are rooms which are available to all members.
When a user accesses the Hotel they are brought to a screen colloquially known as Hotel View/Landing View.
The new hotel exited beta a few weeks afterwards, aimed at the teenage market, with marketing and payment partners in place, run from a HQ in London.
It featured a new credits system with community and safety features.
They often depict scenes such as restaurants, cinemas, and dance clubs.
Most Public Rooms contain automated robots which shout pre-recorded messages and tips and can give members drinks and food items.
As of August 2012, over 273 million avatars have been registered with an average 5 million unique visitors monthly.