A vacation or business trip may be exciting, but travelling itself is quite mundane. You fly to a city, stay at the hotel and fly back. This might change in the future, though, if architecture student Brandan Siebrecht’s concept sees the light of day. It will require any traveller to just book a hotel room — that’s it!
His concept ‘Hyperloop Hotel’ picks up on Elon Musk’s Hyperloop transportation system and takes it a step ahead. His concept imagines hotels in 13 different American cities all connected by a Hyperloop system. The cities are New York City, Boston, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Seattle, Portland, Denver, Sante Fe, Austin, and Nashville.
“I believe the Hyperloop One is the next big innovation in transportation in the United States and possibly the world,” he said. “I wanted to explore ways in which this technology could transform the overall travel experience and hospitality.”
The futuristic concept would eliminate the need to buy separate transit tickets for most of the largest cities in the US. It calls for hotels in 13 locations — Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, Sante Fe, Austin, Chicago, Nashville, Washington, DC, New York City, and Boston — which would all be connected by a “Hyperloop system.”