Nemorelax – An Oasis Of Calm At Airports

Posted on May 22 2008 - 2:19pm by Richard Sharp

NemorelaxIn case you hadn’t heard, it was the UEFA Champions League Final last night. While the non-neutrals will either be basking in glory or wallowing in self pity, the neutrals will have undoubtedly found the plight of the fans to be the most entertaining factor of the evening.

Fans reported travelling for 3 days by ferry, or flying to Beijing in China and then travelling by train to the Russian capital. For those confined to airports under such gruelling circumstances, the Nemorelax could be the ideal (if a little pricey) solution.

Billed as an oasis of calm, the Nemorelax is due for release in European airports soon and passengers waiting at airports will be able to purchase 30 minute slots from the Nemorelax desk. The desk will take care of your luggage while you take advantage of the sound proofed pod that includes TV, radio, notebook computer, telephone facilities, and complete serenity and privacy.

The Nemorelax will offer the traveller an experience they might not ordinarily expect at an airport terminal. Unfortunately, no details of pricing have yet been offered but that’s usually an indication that it isn’t going to be cheap. And, as far as I’m aware, you can’t buy a single Nemorelax for your front room.

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