Formerly oil rig survival pods, these babies have been transformed into Floating Capsule Hotels on Scheveningen Blvd in The Hague, Netherlands.
- Made in 1968
- 14 foot diameter
- 133 square feet
- $85.00 per night
The pods offer hammocks, chemical toilets and mini-libraries.
Originally called Brucker Survival Capsules, these fiberglass lifeboats were designed to pack in 28 passengers and 7 days worth of sea rations.
In 2004, eight of them were turned into tiny floating hotels by Denis Oudendijk.
To book, contact:
Floating Capsule Hotel (Scheveningen Blvd, The Hague, Netherlands)