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Sleepbox nap lounge in Dulles airport, Washington, DC, USA

March 4, 2018

Sleepbox, Inc., a hospitality innovator, has been selected to build a ‘nap lounge’ in Terminal A at Dulles International Airport. The 1,200-square-foot space will offer 16 secure, standalone, sound-insulated Sleepboxes, which passengers can reserve remotely on an hourly basis using the company’s website or its smartphone app. The installation, scheduled to open in June 2018, would make Dulles International the first airport in the United States to offer Sleepboxes to busy travelers.

 

As a hub for United Airlines, and the primary International Airport for Washington, D.C., the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority considers the micro-hotel installation as a positive step in building an even more traveler-friendly infrastructure, offering “a quiet and comfortable place within the airport to sleep, relax, or work while waiting to board a flight,” available 24 hours per day, year-round. In its pitch to potential operators, the airport authority described the facility as “similar to what a traveler would experience in a small hotel room or similar private area.”

 

 “We believe that the opportunity to relax and recharge in the midst of our busy lives is a valuable asset,” said Mikhail Krymov, Sleepbox CEO and founder. “We are thrilled to have won this prestigious contract and look forward to joining the Dulles Airport community.”

 

Sleepbox, Inc. takes a luxury-minimalist and technology-driven approach to the hospitality industry, offering its nap pods with futuristic and compact options. Dulles will be the company’s first Sleepbox Hotel location in North America. Sleepbox also has a Boston Flagship Hotel in the works. The company’s Sleepbox rooms have seen three years of testing in two European hotel locations.

 

“Our seamless experience provides an oasis of ease and simplicity in an otherwise tiring journey,” Peter Chambers, Sleepbox cofounder, says. “Whether a traveler wants to nap, work, or recharge, our secure, sound-insulated and versatile Sleepboxes provide the perfect oasis of calm.”

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Sleepbox nap lounge in Dulles airport, Washington, DC, USA

March 4, 2018

Sleepbox, Inc., a hospitality innovator, has been selected to build a ‘nap lounge’ in Terminal A at Dulles International Airport. The 1,200-square-foot space will offer 16 secure, standalone, sound-insulated Sleepboxes, which passengers can reserve remotely on an hourly basis using the company’s website or its smartphone app. The installation, scheduled to open in June 2018, would make Dulles International the first airport in the United States to offer Sleepboxes to busy travelers.

 

As a hub for United Airlines, and the primary International Airport for Washington, D.C., the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority considers the micro-hotel installation as a positive step in building an even more traveler-friendly infrastructure, offering “a quiet and comfortable place within the airport to sleep, relax, or work while waiting to board a flight,” available 24 hours per day, year-round. In its pitch to potential operators, the airport authority described the facility as “similar to what a traveler would experience in a small hotel room or similar private area.”

 

 “We believe that the opportunity to relax and recharge in the midst of our busy lives is a valuable asset,” said Mikhail Krymov, Sleepbox CEO and founder. “We are thrilled to have won this prestigious contract and look forward to joining the Dulles Airport community.”

 

Sleepbox, Inc. takes a luxury-minimalist and technology-driven approach to the hospitality industry, offering its nap pods with futuristic and compact options. Dulles will be the company’s first Sleepbox Hotel location in North America. Sleepbox also has a Boston Flagship Hotel in the works. The company’s Sleepbox rooms have seen three years of testing in two European hotel locations.

 

“Our seamless experience provides an oasis of ease and simplicity in an otherwise tiring journey,” Peter Chambers, Sleepbox cofounder, says. “Whether a traveler wants to nap, work, or recharge, our secure, sound-insulated and versatile Sleepboxes provide the perfect oasis of calm.”

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