Snooze Cube provides micro-hotel rooms for long-haul airport passengers experiencing cancellations and delays, or awaiting flight changes.
Short-term, micro-hotel rooms for airports
Snooze Cube’s solutions comprise private spaces for travellers in transit. A Snoozecube is a self-contained unit supplied with a wide range of amenities, including:
- Internet outlets with free Wi-Fi
- An LCD monitor
- An alarm
Minimally designed modular accommodation
The Snoozecube offers a short-term alternative to terminal seating and nearby hotels to passengers who wish to rest in-between flights.
The design of each unit is minimalist and there is enough interior space for a bed, a touchscreen TV that provides guests with music and films, and storage room for personal luggage.
About Snooze Cube
The Snoozecube was invented by Larry Swann in 2007 and put together in Hamilton NZ.
Introduced in Dubai’s International Airport in 2011, the company currently has ten soundproof units installed next to C22 at the airport’s Terminal 1, and is connected to Terminal 3 via concourse connection.