We’ve seen shipping containers used in the build of http://freshnessmag.com/2013/01/28/aether-san-francisco-flagship-store-now-open/” target=”_blank”>Aether’s San Francisco flagship store, and now the shipping container concept is used in a unique hotel experience called http://sleepingaround.eu/” target=”_blank”>Sleeping Around. Currently located in the Belgian city of Antwerp, the pop-up hotel is made up of four luxe hotel rooms, which guests find using a GPS device. Each room is made from a recycled 1950s 20-foot shipping container, each appointed with a floating box-spring bed, Hansgrohe rain shower, iPod docking station, Dyson air conditioning and minimalist light fixtures. Two additional containers feature a breakfast/lounge space and a sauna. Travelers can track Sleeping Around’s current location on the company’s http://sleepingaround.eu/” target=”_blank”>site and book accordingly.