Sleep in Zero-Gravity Slumber Without Leaving Earth

Sleep in Zero-Gravity Slumber Without Leaving Earth
Design

KSEVT Hotel lets you experience simulated 3D sleeping

Jeb Brack
  • 15 may 2015

Suppose you want to sleep in zero gravity. You could shell out a cool quarter-million dollars for a ride into space. But that’s probably cost-prohibitive for most of us, and besides, why would you want to sleep through something that cost so much? Instead, make your way to the Cultural Center of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) in the tiny Slovenian village of Vitanje. There in the KSEVT Hotel you can spend the night floating in mid-air, in Earth’s closest simulation of zero-G without ever leaving the planet.

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