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Affordable luxury hotel chain Yotel makes its Asian debut right here in Singapore

With cabin rooms designed with everything you need, and nothing you don't

By SG Staff | Aug 16, 2017

  • Affordable luxury hotel chain Yotel makes its Asian debut right here in Singapore
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  • Affordable luxury hotel chain Yotel makes its Asian debut right here in Singapore
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  • Affordable luxury hotel chain Yotel makes its Asian debut right here in Singapore
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In its very first launch in Asia, Yotel has chosen to land in the heart of Singapore—at none other than Orchard Road.

Savvy travelers will be familiar with the hotel chain, a millennial favorite known for packing luxury hotel living into the most compact of spaces. Inspired by first class airline travel, Yotel specializes in smaller, smart spaces that tie in seamlessly with the current co-working trend. All the 610 rooms are known as “cabins”, and are beautifully designed to “come with everything you need and nothing you don’t”. Make no mistake; despite the size, the rooms don’t compromise on comfort. Premium Cabins come with an adjustable SmartBed, rejuvenating rain showers, smart TV and sufficient power sockets—and even mood lighting. You can also expect the regular amenities like free WiFi and toiletries, plus free calls within Singapore.

While most of Yotel’s hotels are located within airports—like London Heathrow and the Charles de Gaulle in Paris—the Singapore branch gets its own building right on Orchard Road, a five-minute walk away from the MRT. The building itself also houses a club lounge, gym, restaurant and bar, co-working space, and a 20-meter pool; so even if you don’t feel like venturing out onto Orchard, you’re set for a good time.


Yotel Singapore is located at 366 Orchard Road. Find out more about rates here

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