Travellers can sleep for $30 a night in pods at airport

An unusual 'hotel' has opened up for tired travellers at an airport in Mexico City - with bosses offering new capsules for people to sleep in.

The pods are available for $30 a night, and include a bed, bathroom and locker for luggage.

It is part of a growing trend which has its origins in Japan in the late 1970s.

A guest enters his room in Mexico's first capsule hotel at Benito Juarez International airport in Mexico City

A guest enters his room in Mexico's first capsule hotel at Benito Juarez International airport in Mexico City

Pods can be rented for a minimum of two hours, with each including a bed, TV, a safe, wi-fi and charging point

Pods can be rented for a minimum of two hours, with each including a bed, TV, a safe, wi-fi and charging point

The hotel, named IzZzleep, is anticipated to have 12,000 customers in its first year

The hotel, named IzZzleep, is anticipated to have 12,000 customers in its first

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