Meet Hotel California on Wheels

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Cabin bus, California's hotel on wheels

Each day, 32,000 drivers make the 500-mile trip between Los Angeles and San Francisco on their own time. On Cabin, you can leave those worries behind—board and move out at 11 pm then wake up refreshed in a new city at 7 am.

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Cabin bus, California's hotel on wheels

Demand for Cabin's moving hotel service has been unprecedented; the sleeper bus' 2016 test run sold out in three days and there's a waiting list of 20,000 travelers. 

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Cabin bus, California's hotel on wheels

Sleep easily inside Cabin's private pods, complete with heavy-duty curtains and provided bedding.

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Cabin bus, California's hotel on wheels

Pods are equipped with reading lights, personal power outlets with USB sockets and free Wi-Fi.

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Cabin bus, California's hotel on wheels

Sleeping pods have noise-cancelling abilities but earplugs are also provided.

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Cabin bus, California's hotel on wheels

There is a 24/7 attendant is there to fulfill any requests during the ride.

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Cabin bus, California's hotel on wheels

The bus has a first-floor lounge with bathroom. Snacks and beverages are provided during the journey. 

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Cabin bus, California's hotel on wheels

Riders are allowed two pieces of luggage each, in addition to a small carry-on—purse, laptop, etc.—that can fit inside the sleeping pod. 

By Jennifer McKee

There's a new way to maximize your travel time between Los Angeles and San Francisco. And it doesn't require you store up on snacks, laden yourself with caffeine and make sure your phone has enough juice to keep your nav running.

Cabin, a startup that's a pod hotel on wheels, whisks travelers through California.

All images ©Cabin

Jennifer McKee
About the author

Jennifer is the Managing Editor of Morris Visitor Publications, where she has worked since 2005. She grew up in small...