Published on Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Yotel to open Heathrow cabins

Yotel will open its second location with 32 cabins at Heathrow Airport Terminal 4 next week.

Being launched on December 6, the concept is aimed at business travellers in transit or who have an early morning flight, or who experience unexpected flight delays and cancellations.

The first Yotel opened at Gatwick earlier this year and a third is planned for Amsterdam Schiphol.

CEO Gerard Greene said: "Following the exceptional success of our Gatwick opening with phenomenal occupancy levels, Yotel Heathrow will offer more passengers the chance to experience a little bit of luxury and relaxation right inside the worlds busiest airport.

“We continue to expand globally with Schiphol opening in early 2008 and other exciting destinations around the globe to be announced.”

The no-frills brand was created by Yo Sushi! founder Simon Woodroffe.

Cabins come with desks, free WiFi and wired internet access, workstations and ‘techno wall’ entertainment systems.

By Bev Fearis

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