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The Hotel can be accessed by logged-in users via the Habbo Homepage.
When a user accesses the Hotel they are brought to a screen colloquially known as Hotel View/Landing View.
Habbo stemmed from a 1999 hobby project by creative designer Sampo Karjalainen and technologist Aapo Kyrölä entitled Mobiles Disco, for a Finnish band.
It was a virtual chat room running on Aapo's Fuse technology. It launched in August 2000 on the ISP's web portal.
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.
In May 2006, the service, along with its domain names, were changed from au, etc.) to au, etc.).
In August 2007, Habbo's Chinese community closed down temporarily, the first time a Habbo website has closed.
A reporter posing as an 11-year-old girl claimed that explicit sex chats were common within minutes of logging on to the service, The then CEO of Sulake, Paul La Fontaine comments, "We're thrilled to announce we have launched in Turkey.
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.
The next hotel was launched in Switzerland a few months later, in four languages.
It has since been expanded to over 31 countries in five continents, including Hotelli Kultakala in Finland which was made into a Habbo Hotel and has been invested in by venture capitalists.The website is owned and operated by Sulake, a Finnish corporation.The service began in 2000 and has expanded to include nine online communities (or "hotels"), with users in over 150 countries.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.