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Article from BTNews 5 DECEMBER 2016

Yotelair takes a bow

Paris Charles de Gaulle has become the latest location for the “new-concept” hotel chain Yotel following the company’s decision to rebrand its airport properties as Yotelair to differentiate them from its city hotels.

Launched in 2007, the company has five hotels – including sites at Heathrow, Gatwick and Amsterdam, with one city-centre location in New York.

Like the brand’s other airport hotels, the Paris Yotelair is bookable by the hour and offers early check-in and baggage drop-off the night before a flight, while reception provides up-to-date information on flight departures. Minimum price is €59 for 4hr. An overnight stay is €99.

The hotel has 80 cabin rooms with a minimalist design hotel director Antoaneta Koleva said is meant to be reminiscent of an aircraft. Rooms range from 9sq m to 19sq m, each with a queen-size “Smartbed” or automatic sofa-bed. 

Family cabins include bunk beds for children and a shower room. A futuristic “Technowall” has a TV with 35 international channels. 

The hotel is part of the new lounge in Terminal E at CDG and available to passengers with more than 3hr between flights.


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