Yotel to open 12 new hotels by 2018

01 December 2015 by
Yotel to open 12 new hotels by 2018

Budget hotel brand Yotel has announced plans to open 12 new hotels by 2018, including additional properties in the UK.

Eight hotels are in development, including two airport sites at Charles de Gaulle in Paris and Changi in Singapore, due to open in 2016 and 2018 respectively.

Confirmed new properties will open in New York, Miami, San Francisco, Boston, Dubai and Singapore. Locations in London and Geneva are also expected to be announced shortly.

Hubert Viriot, CEO, Yotel said: "Over recent years, we have marked out a clear and unique offer in the global hospitality marketplace, growing a loyal customer-base from around the world. We have big intentions for our brand over the next 12-18 months, looking to grow the number of rooms under management by over 250% by 2018 and I am confident that by working closely with our experienced partners and investors, we will enter new markets and continue to cater to the modern, tech-savvy global traveller of today."

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