Across the travel industry there is a focus on helping travelers maximize their time on flights, in hotels and also in airports. This winter, Dulles International Airport embraces this trend with the debut of a new traveler lounge giving passengers a reason to explore more often, comfortably and effortlessly.
Sleepbox Lounge is one of the first in-terminal lounges of its kind featuring 16 comfortable, secure and sound-proof modular rooms where travelers can work and relax. Offered at a fraction of the cost of a traditional hotel room and far more
convenient, Sleepbox Lounges are a comfortable option for travelers to enjoy their time at the airport.
Keeping comfort and convenience as the priority features, each Sleepbox is equipped with a memory foam extra-long twin bed, a pull out desk, organizational drawers and a reading lamp to meet the multiple needs of passengers. To enhance the experience, rooms are outfitted with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth speakers, mood lighting, privacy window tint and charging ports.
Accessibility to Sleepbox modules is simple. Travelers can instantly make
reservations through the Sleepbox smartphone app by the hour or in 15-minute increments after the first hour. The Lounge is full-service and fully staffed around the clock with concierge attendants, maintenance staff and hospitality personnel.
Beyond the visible amenities and the service advantages, Sleepbox Lounges are also sustainably conscious as a hotel model using existing and underutilized spaces like airports. Each Sleepbox room is built in America with sustainable materials and energy-efficient lighting.
Sleepbox is conveniently located on the Mezzanine level of Concourse A between Gates A6 and A14.
Photos: Sleepbox Lounge and Sleepbox Room.