Portable hotel company Snoozebox has launched its newly redesigned hotel in London, ahead of a wider UK rollout of the concept.
First launched in 2011, Snoozebox provides a temporary hotel offer for sporting events and festivals, such as the British Grand Prix, the Isle of Man TT, Glastonbury Festival, Edinburgh Festival, and 2015 Rugby World Cup.
The new look two-storey trailers, each containing six en-suite bedrooms, have been designed by Matt Round, creative director of agency Tangerine.
Each bedroom can be configured to contain bunk beds for four guests, a double bed, kingsize bed or two singles. They bathrooms contain a wet room, a toilet, basin, and shower, plus a dry hanging area for towels and clothes.
Snoozebox recently confirmed that it would operate hotels at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and announced a deal with Premier Oil in November. It reported a £1.6m loss in in results for the six months to 30 June, but in September announced a £15.6m finance package, allowing it to expand.
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