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Snoozeroo is the name given to the new service which is
mobile capsule style hotel that you can summon with an
app, in the same way as you would call an Uber taxi.
Snoozeroo takes the form of a large double deck van
housing five secure sleeping capsules on its upper level.
stumbling home after a concert or some other
night out on the town, you can call up a Snoozeroo. On
arrival you simply present your entry code and one of
comfortable capsule doors opens to allow you to access
comfortable cocoon that awaits your somnolence, as the
Snoozeroo gently drives off to pick up its next weary
On its lower deck a compact toilet and shower cubicle
enables its overnight guests to freshen up before
Priced at a flat rate of 100 night, so it's cheaper than
most hotels and no need for tiresome running around
looking for a vacancy. Snoozeroo vans offer a unique
business franchise opportunity. Remember where you
Baked for tours, since 1974
Evening interior switchover is called 'The Miracle' [Sgt Teacup, Aug 12 2019]
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||Woken up in a shop doorway yet again, [xen] ?
||^ and, of course, gently-used organs, delivered fresh! still warm!
||The price point is a bit high. Maybe a long tow-bar trailer unit with a second tier.
||^ 100 includes anaesthesia.
||Temporary top shelf, in more than one respect.
||//The price point is a bit high.// Try finding a
hotel room in any major city (like London or
Amsterdam or Barcelona or Dublin) worth being in
at 1.00am for less than twice that price and
without travelling miles out into the sticks.
||I love this, and I'm traveling next week. Would really like this
available to me for dirt cheap. See what you can arrange in
the next couple days...please?
||Carrymehome.com for the wealthy...?
||I thought of a similar idea using converted tour buses.
||Then I remembered what it was like traveling and trying to
sleep on a tour bus.