YOTELPAD debuts in Europe

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Published on 15/03/23 - Updated on 15/03/23

YOTELPAD London Stratford

YOTEL has announced plans to debut its disruptive aparthotel brand, YOTELPAD, in Europe with the opening of YOTELPAD London Stratford in Q4 2023.

The upcoming opening follows a long-term management agreement with owner, Silver Mascot Limited. It will be YOTEL’s seventh property in the UK and third in London, joining YOTEL London City and YOTEL London Shoreditch.

YOTELPAD London Stratford will offer 62-PADs, 24-hour Mission Control (YOTEL’s answer to traditional reception), Grab & Go, laundry facilities and ample storage space. The property will also be home to food & beverage and retail space due to open in 2024.

YOTEL created YOTELPAD in 2018 in answer to rising guest demand for more flexibility in accommodation type, due to changes in consumer lifestyles and work habits.

We’re incredibly excited to be opening our first YOTELPAD property outside of the US this year, and to be bringing the product to the UK and European market for the first time. With increased demand for flexible stays that offer more space to live, work and play, whatever the length of stay, whether one night, one week or one year, we’re confident that YOTELPAD is the answer for travellers globally. Committed to expanding our footprint to meet demand worldwide, YOTELPAD will be a key driver in achieving our ambitious growth targets.

Rohan Thakkar, Chief Development Officer at YOTEL

With global growth a top priority for YOTEL, the expansion of YOTELPAD into new and existing territories is expected to form a crucial part of the brand’s commitment to 50 hotels by 2025.

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