Now, this may just be one of the best ideas I’ve seen in a while. Imagine that your flight is delayed and all you need is to find a nice quiet place to relax..Napcab may be the answer to your prayers.
According to The Huffington Post, the Napcab is the best thing to ever happen to weary travelers (or ones who could never stand the airport in the first place). The luxurious “sleeping cabins,” located right in the middle of the terminal, are tiny private rooms, fully decked out with luggage storage, a bed and a small workspace. Simply walk up and swipe your credit card on a touchscreen to enter your box of solitary bliss — rates are about $12 to about $18 per hour, with a $35 minimum.
In this four-square-meter sanctuary, you’ll find Internet access, real bed linens, an iPod dock and music and videos. There’s even an alarm clock to wake you up for your flight.
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