So, your flight is delayed and all of the airport lounges are closed. Introducing Napcabs, which are basically luxurious “sleeping cabins,” located right in the middle of the terminal. Think of them as tiny private rooms, complete with luggage storage, a bed and a small workspace. Simple swipe credit card on a touchscreen, book a $35 (minimum) time slot – priced between $12 – $18 per hour – and you’re ready to relax. Continue reading for two videos.
“In the four-square-meter sanctuary known as a Napcab, you’ll find Internet access, real bed linens, an iPod dock and music and videos. There’s even an alarm clock to wake you up for your flight,” says HuffPo.