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Creating the space for solo travellers
to find their community

Tuesday, 7 March | 13:00 – 13:30 CET | WYSE workshop area, Hall 4.1, Stand 100


Adrie Vreeke

Capsule Services

What do solo travellers need, expect or wish for? How can hospitality providers cater to these needs? With these questions in mind, we will offer some insights based on our experience in creating a hotel concept that not only meets these guests’ experiences in terms of safety, comfort and affordability, but also encourages encounters and connections among travellers and hosts in community spaces around the hotel.
Adrie Vreeke, CEO, Capsule Services

Adrie Vreeke


Capsule Services
Adrie Vreeke is the Chief Executive Officer of Capsule Services. Adrie was a successful corporate director with global responsibilities. He excelled in his career, but always had a passion for the hospitality industry. When the opportunity arose, he joined a start-up in its proof-of-concept phase and quickly proved himself as a valuable asset to the team. Adrie led the start-up into a successful capsule hotel chain with multiple locations. He used his extensive knowledge and experience in the corporate world to streamline operations and improve efficiency, while also bringing a personalised and welcoming touch to the customer experience.

Capsule Services is a Swiss-based company with the mission “to make it possible for everyone to explore the world”. With their custom designed Swiss Capsule ™ they run three locations, one of them being the largest Capsule Hotel in Europe directly located at Zurich airport. They believe that collaboration and sharing knowledge are key to driving innovation and growth in the hospitality industry. As a result, they are always looking for new opportunities to connect with others in the field and are excited to leave a lasting impact on the industry.