Yotel checking in to Tokyo

Sunday, Jul 31, 2022 0

Micro hotel brand Yotel is heading to Tokyo. Yotel Tokyo will have 244 rooms and open in 2024

Located in Ginza, it will feature the Yobot concierge and motorised SmartBeds which transform into sofas.

Yotel Tokyo amenities planned include a 24/7 fitness centre, a Grab-and-Go café, outdoor terrace and meeting space.

It touts ‘fully integrated tech for a complete touchless guest experience from reservation to check-out’.

Hubert Viriot, CEO of Yotel says Japan’s high-tech culture has-been an inspiration for the Yotel brand for many years and hope to add more hotels in the country.

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