YOTELAIR opens at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

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Hotel operator YOTEL opened its newest location today (November 8) in Terminal 2E at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport in France. The opening coincides with the rebrand of all YOTEL airport locations to YOTELAIR.

YOTELAIR Paris is the airport’s first airside hotel and will form part of the new transit lounge area called ‘Instant Paris’. Just like the brand’s other locations at London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Schiphol airports, the Paris hotel is bookable by the hour and is ideal for travelers with a long layover or looking to catch an early flight.

The hotel’s reception area features around the clock flight information to ensure travelers stay up-to-date on flight departures. There will also be a vending wall where guests can purchase travel essentials including drink, snacks, chargers, adaptors and toothbrush kits. All cabins have en-suite bathrooms with monsoon rain showers, mood lighting and HD TVs that can be connected to guests’ own devices.

Passengers with a bit more time on their hands can visit the YOTELAIR Club Lounge where they can enjoy free hot drinks while relaxing on sofas or sitting at workspaces with USB charging points, all with free wi-fi connectivity.

Hubert Viriot, CEO, YOTEL, said, “It was very important to recognize that our YOTEL city and airport locations provide different experiences, with our airport hotels designed around the needs of travelers looking for convenience. YOTELAIR has the essential elements of the YOTEL brand: a seamless experience combined with the technology to ensure that you have everything you need and nothing you don’t.”

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