YOTEL Hotel New York
YOTEL Hotel New York – few hotel brands dare to compromise their guest’s expectations of space, but for YOTEL, bijou has become their primary selling point. After all, who needs space when you have exclusive access to an entire floor of bars, outdoor terraces, chill-out booths and a vast restaurant allegedly inspired by a sumo wrestling ring? The 669-room YOTEL Hotel New York is the first non-European, non-airport hotel incepted by the brand, who have become renowned for their unique take on the popular Japanese capsule concept.
YOTEL Hotel New York’s largest Premium Queen Cabins encompass little more than 170 square feet of space, but with beds that transform into sofas at the touch of a button and innovative “technowalls” offering everything you could want from a multimedia entertainment system, it soon becomes apparent why the capsule concept is so popular.
VIP Suites are comparatively larger than capsule rooms spanning just over 1100 square feet, however benefit from a separate dining area (which converts into a billiard table), fully equipped kitchenette and rotating king-size bed.
YOTEL’s concept is best described as a meeting of airplane chic and daring innovation – evident by the replacement of traditional bellhop boys with luggage robots. Style and technology continue to drive the fascination with YOTEL, but once you get here, you’ll realise that comfort and convenience remain top priority. Situated on the affluent Tenth Avenue in the heart of Manhattan, YOTEL NY is within easy reach of attractions such as the Empire State, plus numerous trendy eateries in Hell’s Kitchen district.