The Yooma hotel, which is to open its doors in a few days in Paris, is a whole new hospitality concept targeting families and groups of friends. It offers rooms that sleep up to 6 guests.
Yooma Hotel has opened its doors on the Seine, in Paris. Introduced as an 'urban lodge', this new hospitality concept aims at competing with AirBnB and other alternative accommodating options by offering 2 to 6-people rooms. "Yooma is not just another hotel. This is the first of its kind, the first to be tailored to the needs of a new consumer generation, made to welcome families and city-breakers," said the concept's founder Pierre Beckerich.
Designed by the artistic director Ora Ïto and the artist Daniel Buren, this property features a modern and graphic touch with a friendly spirit. It offers 106 rooms, a 130-covers restaurant, a lounge bar, a conference room, a fitness center and a sauna. It has also made a rooftop vegetable patch of more than 1,000 square meters available, along with an art video gallery and a cooking school.
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