Russian Firm Introduces a Mini-Hotel for Weary Air Travelers Russian Firm Introduces a Mini-Hotel for Weary Air Travelers
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Russian Firm Introduces a Mini-Hotel for Weary Air Travelers

by Cord Jefferson

September 18, 2011

Most anyone who's traveled for the holidays has been there before: exhausted, burdened by luggage, and irritated because your flight's just been delayed. A tired person stuck for hours in an airport used to roll up her sweater like a pillow and find a corner for a few minutes of very uncomfortable shuteye. But now a Russian creation has arrived to rival St. Christopher as the saving grace of travelers.

Photos courtesy of Ivanov Ilya, Arch Group

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Russian Firm Introduces a Mini-Hotel for Weary Air Travelers