Why bother with sleeper trains, when you could just stay at a Hyperloop Hotel, which sends you between cities in a luxury pod suite made from a recycled shipping container. Each one boasts an office, living room, bedroom and a bathroom. How does it work? Well, guests first pay $1,200, and once settled in the room, they may travel and dock at one of 13 hotel stations across the US, all controlled within a special mobile app. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“Siebrecht’s concept would see 13 different Hyperloop Hotel stations dotted along the track connecting different US cities, namely Seattle, Portland, San Fransisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, Santa Fe, Austin, Chicago, Nashville, Washington DC, New York City, and Boston. Guests would be able to zoom at high speeds in between the network of cities, without even leaving their luxury hotel room,” reports Design Boom.