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Capsule Hotel Opens At Tokyo Narita Airport

Tokyo’s Narita International Airport (NRT) made a significant upgrade this month with the grand opening of the newest nine hour (9h) hotel. Located a few steps outside of Terminal 2, this futuristic capsule-style hotel will rapidly transform the city’s emerging hub for budget flights. The concept for the 9h model is straightforward. Upon checking in, […]

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Hanoi Airport’s Short-Lived Sleep Pods: What Just Happened?!

UPDATED: The Sleep Pods at Hanoi Airport have re-opened. Check out our Airport Sleep Pods post. Just last week, we were super excited to announce the opening of the first ever sleep pods at Terminal 2 in Noi Bai International Airport (HAN) in Hanoi, Vietnam. Up until this point, reviewers had described Hanoi Airport […]

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Airport Sleeping Pods

A futuristic phenomenon is taking root at airports worldwide: sleeping pods! After decades of travelers sprawled out across chairs and aisles, ingenious and entrepreneurial individuals are finally beginning to invent comfortable ways to nap while in transit – but with a cost. From reclining cocoon chairs to queen sized luxury beds with a TV, airport layovers are taking […]

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Airport Hotel Index

Sleeping in the airport is not for everyone….we get that! If you’ve read the airport reviews and it doesn’t look too promising for an overnight slumber, there are many airports with hotels at, within or near the terminal that will be more than happy to accept your money for the convenience of a bed and […]

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Making hotels out of abandoned aircraft

Now here is a fun idea.  A swedish businessman has come up with a brilliant idea to convert a jumbo jet into an airport hostel.  The newly opened Jumbo Hostel is only a ten minute walk away from the check-in counters at Stockholm’s Arlanda airport. So for those of you who have an early flight […]

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