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YOTEL opens second US location, Boston

Inspired by first-class airline travel, YOTEL Boston features smartly designed cabins, a technology-driven guest experience, clever social spaces for co-working, relaxing and socializing.


The new Boston hotel will also introduce the city’s newest indoor/outdoor rooftop bar and terrace, Sky Lounge. Hubert Viriot, CEO of YOTEL, said, “We are thrilled to introduce YOTEL to Bostonians and visitors alike. The exciting development of the Seaport neighborhood is a great fit for our brand, making it the perfect location for our newest property. We think our innovative style of hospitality will suit those living or visiting Boston and meet the city’s growing demand for accommodation.”

 In keeping with its tech-savvy neighborhood, YOTEL Boston provides a seamless technology-driven guest experience that simplifies the customer journey. At Mission Control, guests can check in with the hotel’s airline-style self-service kiosk in under a minute or simply use the YOTEL app for keyless cabin entry. Our Mission Control team is also on hand 24/7 to assist guests. In addition, super-fast and free WiFi are available throughout the property. A tech feature unique to YOTEL Boston is ATOM, an 84-inch digital ‘Social Galaxy’ displayed on a screen in Mission Control where guests can interact via their social media channels.

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