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Pipeline11 March 2019

YOTELPAD Geneva Plan les Ouates

YOTELPAD Plan les Ouates, Switzerland opens in 2020

Scheduled for 2020 – 118 Rooms

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With the recent global rise in relocation, flexible accommodation and co-working spaces are fast becoming a new trend across the globe. In recognition, YOTEL recently launched YOTELPAD introducing its unique take on longer stay accommodation across North America. The innovative plug-and-play model gives guests instant access to the local community, maximising the clever use of space and without the hassle of daily chores like cleaning. Home to some of the world's most important non-profit organisations (NGO), many of the largest multinational companies (MNC), top universities and R&D centres, the Lake Geneva Region will soon welcome the innovative brand's first YOTELPAD in Europe.

The first YOTELPAD to open in Switzerland in 2020 will be in Plan les Ouates - a 118 PAD new-build, located on Route de la Galaise, Geneva's industrial and business centre. A stone's throw away from large corporates such as Vacheron Constantin, Patek Philippe, Frederic Constant, Rolex, Ralph Lauren, Clarins and ST Microelectronics, making it an ideal hub for business travellers with three private meeting rooms able to hold 12-16 people, a gym, a bar, a GRAB+GO for a quick bite to eat and parking facilities. The PAD will have great transport links to the city and is a 20-minute drive to the airport by car.

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Early 2018, YOTEL announced their foray into the extended stay segment with the launch of the new YOTELPAD brand. Building on the clever design principles of YOTEL and YOTELAIR cabins, YOTELPAD translates the essence of luxury serviced apartments into purposefully designed compact homes, known as 'PADs', fulfilling the requirements of the global citizen at an affordable price.
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Inspired by the luxury of first class travel and uncompromisingly designed around guests, YOTEL takes the essential elements of luxury hotels into smaller, smart spaces and deliver a sense of community with areas for co-working, social gatherings and exercise.
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