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The hotel that (sort of) lets you sleep in zero gravity


Because going to space isn’t possible for everyone

Want to experience the life of an astronaut without the space tourism price tag? The KSVET Hotel in Slovenia is offering guests the chance to sleep in a levitation suit suspended from the ceiling, all of which supposedly simulates the sensation of zero gravity.

 

But if you’re not up for hanging from the ceiling, there is an alternative. It’s called 3D sleeping and involves the guest sleeping on a set of pyramid shaped cushions, which support the body “in a custom 3D position while asleep”.

 

According to the Daily Mail, both designs came out of a workshop designed to promote nanotourism, a participatory, locally-oriented alternative to traditional travel.

 

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Published: 18 May 2015


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