Cabin - Introducing the overnight travel experience with private sleeping cabins starting at $115.
Arrive 10 minutes before departure at centrally located pick up spots. Be welcomed by hospitality-trained attendants and unwind in the lounge.
Get comfy with super soft sheets and fluffy pillows in your own private sleeping cabin. With a privacy shade, blackout drapes and soundproof walls, you’ll doze off before you know it.
Take your time waking up, then wash up, get dressed, and head out. And with convenient arrival locations, you’re always close to wherever you need to be.
Mashable - Cabin co-founder and CEO Tom Currier calls the buses a "moving hotel" since "buses have such a negative brand perception."
While hotel might be a stretch for the stacked rows of sleep pods that provide 36 inches of overhead clearance, it is a full bed with a fluffy pillow, hotel-style mattress and comfy comforter, along with a reading light, outlet, AC vent, window, and a privacy curtain for good measure. It looks a lot like these sleeping nooks on long-haul Virgin Australia flights.
Finally, some quality sleep while someone else drives me around. Literally my dream. It's only in California right now, of course they get all the cool stuff first, but if/when this thing takes off and comes to Chicago, you can I'll be taking trips to wherever just so I can say I slept on a moving hotel!