Whether you are traveling or attending a large event, it is a crucial topic for your residence. For example: hotels, touring car and Tourist Tents appear in our daily lives. Accor Hotels, the French hotel group Accor Hotels, has launched mobile minimalist hotel – Flying Nest Hotels. Flying Nest realized by Capsa Container and designed by Ora-ïto wins the “innovation price” awarded by World Wide Hospitality.
These “Mobile Hotel” are created to provide a functional and enjoyable experience: This concept combines mobility, lifestyle and hospitality. To experience the flying nest accor hotels concept, capsa container manufactured the rooms and delivered this project of innovation in a record time. flying nest is designed in marine containers and allows easy and fast routing of modules. These modules have been designed with an eco-responsible point of view: materials, technic and equipment are ecological (eco-labeled paint, wood cladding from eco-managed forests to LED lighting) while the operational modules are made from green energies.
Each container has an area of 130 square feet (12 m2), Each Flying Nest was worked with raw and natural materials and then equipped with all the comfort of a hotel room (a private bathroom, an air conditioned living space and WiFi connection).
It already was present on different events, the Flying Nest have already been installed in several places like: Le Mans, Les Rencontres photographiques d’Arles in 2018, Fondation Luma, Clairefontaine and more to come …
The Flying Nest is like a cocoon that allows, The outdoor terrace connects each module and provides areaes where guests can gather and socialize to feel as close as possible to the event in which it is located.
The magic in this project is that you can live an unique experience. Thanks to the eco-designed accommodation solution, nomadic and ephemeral, you can live and sleep in the heart of events which makes it an incredible experience from different points of view.
Currently, Flying Nest Hotel is located in the ski resort of Avoriaz, which will remain in the French Alps during the winter.