BBDO Russia transformed the vehicle in order to show off its roomy interior, offering a double bed, free wi-fi and an adjacent bathroom.
BBDO Russia transformed a Skoda Fabia into a hostel in Moscow in order to show off its spacious interior and create an unusual accommodation. The vehicle offered a comfortable double bed, pillow, free wi-fi and an adjacent bathroom. It was parked at Izmaiolovo Park in the city to provide a great view for the guests.
Created in partnership with accomodation website Tripping.com, the Skoda hostel could be discovered online by people searching for a place to stay in Moscow. Users were able to book it online and spend one night there, with the only accepted payment being likes, tweets and shares on social networks.
Guests could also take the car for a ride around the city, so each booking became a full-scale test drive. The hostel was fully booked and had great feedback from those who stayed overnight. You can check it out in the video below: