Although we love arriving at our favorite hotels, primed for a relaxing getaway, the journey itself is anything but fun. Even in first class or on a private jet, you’re likely to wake up with a sore neck after falling asleep against the airplane window. That’s why we’re loving Conde Nast Traveler’s recent round up of the best (and strangest) travel accessories.
Our favorites include a $400 portable infrared sauna that will keep you toasty with 600-watt infrared heaters, a $100 ostrich pillow which helps give you control of lighting, temperature, and sound while you nap in public, and the Tugo cup holder which suspends your hot beverage in between the bars of the handle of your suitcase while you wait to check in.
Source and image courtesy of Conde Nast Traveler.