YOTEL Singapore, the first YOTEL in Asia, will open its doors to guests on 1 October 2017, offering 610 rooms known as ‘cabins’ across 30 floors. By integrating the elements of luxury hotels into smartly designed spaces, YOTEL aims to provide a seamless and intuitive guest experience by giving guests everything they need and nothing they don’t.
With a wide variety of cabins on offer from a Premium Queen Cabin to a VIP View Suite, they have something to suit every budget and every traveller’s needs. The cabins are equipped with signature YOTEL features such as the adjustable SmartBed™ with super comfortable Serta Gel mattresses as well as a Technowall with mood lighting and smart TVs for easy connectivity to your own devices. There will also be access to complimentary super-strength WiFi throughout the hotel.
YOTEL CEO Hu bert Viriot commented: “We are thrilled to introduce our cleverly designed cabins, co-working spaces and Club Lounge concept at YOTEL to the vibrant city of Singapore. We think our innovative style of hospitality will suit those living or visiting the city.” Club Lounge on ‘TEN’ featu res facilities including a pool and terrace,
24/7 gym and cleverly designed spaces where visitors and locals alike can enjoy co working, unformal meetings and social gatherings. Grains & Hops, YOTEL Singapore’s restaurant and bar will specialise in rice bowls and craft beers. Led by experienced Chef, Calvin Ow, Grains & Hops Restaurant and Bar will offer a signature YOTEL Singapore’s brew along with nine varieties of rice bowls of meat, sea food and vegetarian options.
Brendan Daly, General Manager of YOTEL Singapore said, “A stay at YOTEL is all about intuitive service and saving our guests time so that they can get on with the things important to them. We are incredibly excited about showcasing the YOTEL hospitality experience for the first time in Asia and we anticipate that our restaurant, bar and terrace will be very popular with guests, whether visiting the city or enjoying a staycation.”
Like other YOTELs worldwide, YOTEL Singapore is placed in a central and convenient location that offers guests easy access to the city’s main attractions. Highlights like the ArtScience Museum, Chinatown, Clarke Quay, Singapore Botanic Gardens and Singapore Flyer can be easily accessed via Orchard MRT Station, which is a mere five minutes’ walk away.
Room rates start from $164++ for a night’s stay at the Premium Queen Cabin. Bookings can be made via www.YOTEL.com .In addition to the new city hotel, YOTEL will also open a YOTELAIR in the upcoming Jewel Changi Airport in 2019.
Inspired by the luxury of first class travel and uncompromisingly designed around guests, YOTEL takes the essential elements ofluxury hotels into smaller, smart spaces and deliver a sense of community with areas for co-working, social gatherings and exercise. Premium Cabins include YOTEL’s signature adjustable SmartBed™ with rejuvenating rain showers and a Technowall with adjustable mood lighting and smart TVs, multi power points and easy connectivity.
YOTEL currently operates four airport hotels under the YOTELAIR brand in London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Amsterdam Schiphol and Paris, Charles de Gaulle airports; and three city hotels in New York, Boston and Singapore. YOTEL is expanding rapidly with new hotels under development globally, including a YOTELAIR in Singapore Changi Airport and new city hotels in San Francisco, London Clerkenwell, Dubai, Edinburgh, Miami and Amsterdam.
YOTEL’s major shareholders include the Al-Bahar Group, IFA Hotels & Resorts, Starwood Capital Group, United Investment Portugal and Kuwait Real Estate Company (AQARAT).
YOTEL was created by YO! founder Simon Woodroffe OBE, who inspired by first class travel, translated the language of luxury airline travel into a small but luxurious cabin(www.yo.co.uk).
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