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May 24, 2012, 10:41:18 PM

Twist on the idea to consider: capsule hotel bus. You could probably fit about two dozen capsules on a standard sized bus. The "hotel" can travel to where it is needed (follow conventions and service those who either couldn't afford a room, missed reserving before the hotel filled up, or just need a place to stay for one night), all the buses can be cleaned and serviced in one location instead of having cleaning staff for every hotel you own, and you don't have to pay land related expanses like taxes. Just pay for parking at the location. Electricity and water may be a problem though, but patrons can use the convention center bathrooms, and electricity may be able to be provided by onboard batteries, or bought off the hotel using extension cords.
Figure if we're thinking way out there, might as well thing WAY out there Smiley

Interesting.  A capsule RV.

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