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in Argentina and Uruguay, "albergue transitorio" or more informally, "telo".
For that reason, new hotels were built to avoid being classified as "love hotels"; the garish, over-the-top, bizarre designs and features of the past were significantly downplayed.
was adopted, originally for simple lodgings run by families with a few rooms to spare.
These establishments appeared first around Ueno, Tokyo in part due to demand from Occupation forces, and boomed after 1958 when legal prostitution was abolished and the trade moved underground.
Some other hotels offer "short-time" services unofficially.
In the United States and Canada, certain motels in low-income areas often serve similar functions as a Japanese love hotel.
Entrances are discreet, and interaction with staff is minimized.