We all have encountered different kinds of problems during vacations before. Most of the travelers are fed up of frustrations involved in buying tickets for travel and choosing hotel rooms, but Brandan Siebrecht, an architecture student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has proposed Hyperloop Hotel to eliminate these hassles. If you ever wished to travel from city to city at a high speed without leaving your hotel room, then this new hotel will soon make it happen in 2020. Thirteen hotels in different cities of the US will be connected with the help of futuristic Hyperloop transit system being developed by Elon Musk.
The main idea is to quickly transport hotel guests’ between different locations in large vacuum tubes based on electromagnetic propulsion. This way, guests wouldn’t need to purchase separate transit tickets to travel between the 13 big cities of the US.
The unique hotel concept is inspired by DevLoop, the real test track for Hyperloop One, currently being developed in the north of Las Vegas. There will be separate special guest suites made of old shipping containers for moving guests. In each accommodation, there will be an office, living room with a flatscreen TV, bedroom, and a bathroom.
Siebrecht’s unique hotel design is the winner of the Radical Innovation Award 2017. Currently, the project is in conceptual phase but there are expectations for becoming operational by 2020. According to Business Insider, it would cost nearly $1,200 for Hyperloop Hotel guests to quickly move between the network of cities even without leaving their room.