See Inside a 7-Foot Sleeping Pod in Bangkok’s Airport: Photos

I landed at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport at about 10 am, exhausted and ready to snooze.

A sign in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport pointing to the capsule hotel.

Jordan Parker Erb/Insider

I had booked my stay at the hotel a couple nights in advance. For $20, I got access to one pod for seven hours, from 10 am until 5 pm

Those seeking a longer sleep can pay $51 to stay in the hotel for 15 hours overnight, from 6 pm until 9 am The pods are all exactly the same, with no options for fancier rooms.

The Avagard Capsule Hotel is located in the airport, but it’s after immigration, customs, and baggage claim, so it took me an hour to get to the hotel after I got off the plane. There were signs throughout the airport offering clear directions to the hotel, so it was easy to find.

Insider paid for my stay in full.

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