Instead of Sleeping on the Floor During a Layover Use a Sleepbox

Many of us have experienced layovers in airports and have had a considerable amount of time between our next flight. Some flights are cancelled due to weather or scheduling conflicts and the next flight may not be available until the next day.

That is where Sleepbox comes in to help give you a private place to rest between flights. On December 7th the first U.S. Sleepbox micro hotel will open in terminal A of Washington Dulles International Airport. Each sleepbox features a bed, mirror, fold down table and reading light.

Rooms can be booked using an app for up to 12 hours of use. No word on how often the rooms are cleaned.

Would you sleep in one?

 

Photo: courtesy of Sleepbox

Photo: courtesy of Sleepbox

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