Urgent Saudi Arabia: capsules for sleep, rest and relaxation for passengers at King Khalid International Airpo
"Sleeping capsules" are a new amenity offered by King Khalid International Airport to travellers. An amazing service that provides travellers with luxury at the airports of Riyadh
Since many travellers have to spend more time at the airport due to circumstances involving their travel on consecutive flights or because they are late for their flights, forcing them to reschedule flights, many airports around the world strive to provide an enjoyable and comfortable travel trip, with which the traveller lives since entering the airport lounges.
King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, one of the most well-known airports in the Kingdom and the region, offers capsules for sleep, rest, and relaxation that are open 24/7 and have a capacity of more than 300 passengers per day in order to give travellers a variety of options while ensuring their comfort and privacy.
The capsules had the greatest level of safety and comfort features, including air conditioning, hotel beds, interactive screens, mirrors, and internal and external luggage lockers within a space measuring two metres (length) by 1.5 metres (width).
Given that they can take advantage of the waiting time at the airport and cater to the majority of customer needs, this service is a great alternative for travellers who only need a brief amount of relaxation before their flight. In addition to having health and safety features, the capsule as it is now can be used for sleeping, working, or having fun.
The concept of "comfort capsules" or "sleeping cabins" has gained widespread traction throughout the Kingdom since it was first introduced at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Umm Al-Qura University, and Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University. The idea was intended to be expanded to include employees of businesses and hospitals so that workers could take breaks at work and return to their jobs more actively and productively.