A Barcelona company has created conceptual design of hotel rooms for flight and train passengers.

Some time back, PSFK reported on Yotel's cabins at airports in London and Amsterdam. A Barcelona company, Dream and Fly, has come up with a similar concept. They have designed a series of luxury low-cost accommodations to be installed in airports and train stations for people in transit who need a private place to rest, without going to a hotel. The modular pods, which come in three sizes, are just like micro-hotel rooms that can be rented by the hour and are equipped with a comfortable bed, a foldable table, Internet, an LCD monitor and a bathroom.

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