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Snoozebox: The Only Hotel in the World with No Permanent Address

by Hazel Chua
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Over the years, hotels have become more than just places where people sleep while they’re on business or on vacation. Rooms now have graffiti on their walls (like the Panic Room) and some aren’t really rooms anymore, but pods (like the Bubble Rooms).

Then comes the Snoozebox. It’s the world’s first completely portable hotel because it’s all fashioned from shipping containers. The Snoozebox can accommodate 40 to 400 rooms and only requires three days to build and set up.

Snoozebox
You might expect simple interiors for such simple exteriors, but luxurious amenities await you once you’re inside: flat-screen televisions, en-suite washrooms, wireless Internet connections, and daily replenishment of toiletries.

Snoozebox

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The Snoozebox’s upcoming events include the Download Festival and the 2012 British Grand Prix. It will also be housing the performers who are a part of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee at Windsor Castle.

[via Pop Up City]




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