Hotello gives new meaning to that expression about someone ‘living out of a suitcase.’ This usually refers to people who can’t find the time to unpack, which is why they grab clothes and other essentials straight out of their suitcase after they get home from a trip. Hotello is basically an entire room in a neat and portable package.
The Hotello was designed by Antonio Scarponi and Robert de Luca for Swiss design group Das Konzept. Everything you need is contained in a red trunk with wheels on the bottom so you can take it around with you easily. When you need to set up your room, just open it up and set up the metal structure to hold up the sound-absorbent curtains.
Pull out the bed, set up the stool and table, and put up the rack where you can hang your clothes. When things get too dark, just flip the switch to turn on the lamp that’s attached to a poseable arm.
The only thing the Hotello lacks is a bathroom – but I think that’s asking for way too much.