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Whether you are a tech nerd or just have a dream to live in a world where robots cater to your every need, the Pengheng Space Capsules Hotel is the choice for you. This hotel made news all over the world and took the internet by storm, and for good ...
The First Cabin Tsukiji in Tokyo, Japan is a Japanese style pod hotel with aviation theme that houses 160 people. There are 119 male cabins and 41 female cabins. All of Tsukiji’s pods are equipped with flat screen TV’s, Wi-Fi, electric plugs, AC, house slippers, and toiletries. The hotel offers ...
Certainly not a traditional hotel, the Ecopod Retreat offers guests a stay in one of two pods tucked away in a birch woodland setting in Scotland. Both light-filled domes are over 750 square feet and offer views of Castle Stalker (named from the Gaelic Stalcaire which means hunter or falconer) ...
A veritable paradise for campers, Atzmännig is nestled in the foothills of the Alps, making it the perfect point to begin several different hikes and excursions in the region. The campgrounds provide affordable lodging year round. The campground prides itself on its impeccably clean washing and showering facilities which were ...
Vietnam Airlines Tourism Company (VATC) is a relatively new venture that is aimed at revolutionizing the aviation and tourism industry. The SleepPod service is a mini-hotel venture in the Noi Bai International Airport. While Vietnam is not the first country to offer SleepPods in its airports, the VATC SleepPods were ...
*Future Igloos* Brand new for winter 2012/13 these futuristic eco pods nestle in the Alps creating a little igloo village. Your pod is made out of insulating fiber and has a wood-burner for comfort. There is an en-suite bathroom and super luxurious bedding. Whitepod is part of the eco-tourism movement ...
*Back to nature in a wooden Tardis* Hotel Endemico is a rustic retreat in Mexico’s wine country situated on a slope overlooking the Valle de Guadalupe. “Endemico” is a Spanish word meaning “part of the environment” and so each eco-pod is designed to show-off the rural landscape. The local area ...