Arch Group helps design Sleepbox Hotel in Moscow

The Sleepbox Hotel opened in Tverskaya. The hotel operates within a four-story building in Moscow, and it offers accommodation options in numerous sleeping capsules.

The hotel makes use of Sleepbox, which was developed by a team of architects in Russia known as Arch Group. The basic Sleepbox measures 8.2 feet by 5.2 feet, with a height of between 8.2 feet and 9.8 feet and sleeps up to three at a time. Standard features include ventilation and sockets for notebook and mobile phone chargers. There is also space for luggage under the beds that come with a nightstand. In addition to general lighting, the box has built-in LED reading lamps while windows are equipped with electric-drive blinds for privacy. Options include matted film on windows; mood lighting LED lamps with changing light colours; built-in TV and touch-screen monitor; Wi-Fi router; alarm; intercom and safe deposit box.

Each floor in the Sleepbox Hotel in Moscow is equipped with its own toilets and showers, while the hotel’s lobby includes the reception, lockers and an information zone.

Alternatively, guests may stay in one of the regular-sized rooms that are available at the Sleepbox Hotel.










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