clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

The Hotel to Match Your Wanderlust

Travel the world with your portable hotel — the future of accommodations is mobile, modern, and flexible.

This advertising content was produced in collaboration between Vox Creative and our sponsor, without involvement from Vox Media editorial staff.

Bigger is not always better. From micro-apartments to tiny houses, people all over the world have ditched spacious floorplans in favor of compact, efficient accommodations. For the eco-conscious with wanderlust, though, it’s been a challenge to move about the globe or reside in small quarters both comfortably and sustainably.

Enter Ecocapsule. The egg-shaped, solar- and wind-powered unit is just over 8 feet high, a little over 7 feet long, and 14.5 feet wide. Small, sure, but within its walls, a folding bed, kitchenette, living area, and bathroom function comfortably. Tow the capsule on a trailer, ship it in a container, or airlift it to its final destination. Once it’s settled, the Ecocapsule offers the modern convenience of a luxury hotel while simultaneously keeping its inhabitants close to nature.

In the third episode of "Reserve What’s Next," James Corden takes the Ecocapsule for a spin, immersing himself in new landscapes without roughing it at all.

More From Meridian

Hiking the Peaks of Slovakia

Cozy "chatas," snowy mountains, and wild views tempt travelers to the High Tatras.

Sponsored Advertising Content From Chase Sapphire logo

Bratislava Sits at the Intersection of Tradition and Modernity

Swanky accommodations and a vibrant cultural scene thrive alongside history.

Sponsored Advertising Content From Chase Sapphire logo

Slovakia’s Castles Inspire Modern Architecture Today

What can be learned from the ruins in the countryside.

Sponsored Advertising Content From Chase Sapphire logo
Sponsored Advertising Content From Chase Sapphire logo