English answer to sleeping in a wine barrel: Yotel

Yotel

The designers of the Airbus have developped cabins that you can push and shove into a building.

Push 20 cabins in a warehouse and you have a Yotel.

Hoteliers can order the cabins at Yotel.

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  1. [...] Beginning November 2006 Paul Rinkens, Rino Soeters en Marcel Voermans, the people behind »Design hotel La Bergère and »Hip Hotel St Martenslane announced the Dutch answer to cube alike hotel concepts like »Easy Hotel»Yotel and »Hotel Everland: »Qbic Hip Hotels. [...]

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  4. [...] Begin November 2006 the launch of Qbic Hip Hotels was announced by Paul Rinkens, Rino Soeters en Marcel Voermans, the people behind Design hotel La Bergère and Hip Hotel St Martenslane, both in Maastricht, as the Dutch answer to cube alike hotel concepts as Easy Hotel, Yotel and Hotel Everland: [...]

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