SLUMBERPOD® is a quick-assembly privacy pod that helps babies/toddlers get a good night’s sleep — especially important when sharing a room with others (e.g., hotel room). It completely encloses a playard (travel crib) and is:  

  • Dark inside – creating an optimum sleep environment
  • Safe – passes applicable consumer product safety tests
  • Bottomless (designed to enclose a standard sized travel crib or playard – sold separately)
  • Lightweight and compact (fits inside carry-on luggage) – includes travel bag
  • Quick and easy to set up and disassemble
  • Made of breathable fabric
  • Outfitted with ventilation windows

“SlumberPod® is the next best thing to a private sleeping space for the baby.”

Natalie Carney is an Infant and Toddler Sleep Consultant trained through the Family Sleep Institute. She owns a child sleep consulting business and has helped hundreds of babies — and their caregivers — get restful sleep.

SlumberPod is ALSO compatible with several cots and small blow up mattresses including the Regalo My Cot Portable Toddler Bed™ and The Shrunks' Junior Toddler Travel Bed.

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Baby travel sleep made more restful and less stressful!

With SlumberPod, you can say goodbye to:

  • Homemade sleep nooks
  • Setting up the playard in the hotel bathroom
  • Spending money on adjoining hotel rooms
  • Sitting in the corner quietly or hiding in the hallway or on the hotel balcony while your baby falls asleep
  • Sleeping in the same room as your baby and no one getting good rest

We attended a family reunion and brought our SlumberPod with us. Our three-month-old baby slept in there while we packed up our hotel room WITH THE LIGHTS ON. I’m telling all my friends.
— Anna Chapman, Nashville, Tennessee
In addition to how practical it is, I’m so impressed with the quality of the SlumberPod. The material feels like yoga pants and the structure itself is very sturdy. It’s worked great for my busy one-year-old boy.
— Becca Beck, State College, Pennsylvania
My baby napped better in the SlumberPod at the beach than he does at home! Two hours per nap, vs. 30 minutes at home. It really helped since the room we were sharing was really bright.
— Janie Young, Decatur, Georgia