Singapore-based service enables passengers to travel with only a passport, through a wardrobe storage service that delivers to their hotel every time they land.
Packing for a flight is often a stressful affair, especially considering the hefty charges that can be applied to those who go over the check-in weight limit. One airline has even gone as far as charging travelers for any mass they bring onto the plane, including body weight. Singapore-based Packnada enables passengers to travel with only a passport, through a wardrobe storage service that delivers to their hotel every time they land.
The service is designed for fliers who visit the same city often, either because of work or family living abroad. Instead of packing up their clothes after a trip, Packnada customers simply leave up to 20 items at the hotel. The team picks them up, washes them and stores them ready for future visits. Users can notify the company when and where they’re planning to visit again either online or through the companion app. The next time they land, their hotel concierge will have the clothes ready to wear. The service isn’t limited to just clothes — members can also leave their favorite toiletries behind to save from putting up with the hotel soap.
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Packnada is currently only available for those visiting Singapore, and costs USD 99 per trip with the first two free. Are there other ways to make long haul travel more comfortable for consumers?
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