The 'Snoozebox Portable Hotel' Takes Three Days to Build

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: • References: mysnoozebox & technabob
The 'Snoozebox Portable Hotel' is the world's first hotel that can move with the snap of the fingers. The entire thing only takes three days to build and can accommodate anywhere from 40 to 400 rooms.

Each room is an old shipping container that has been decked out into a luxurious pad. Inside the room one can expect fancy washrooms, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, free WiFi and most importantly, comfortable beds.

This portable hotel is being targeted towards major events and festivals where people have trouble finding a room to stay in. Instead of having to settle for a room far away from the event, the hotel can be set up right next to. Currently the hotel is on tour making pit stops at various British festivals. Stats for Mobile Freight Lodges Trending: Older & Warm
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