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Don’t Worry, The YOTEL Robots Will Take Care Of It | Living 360

Many of our readers will no doubt be familiar with the scrumptious sushi chain in the UK called YO! Sushi. The founders of that group have also been busy creating an exciting and hip hotel product called YOTEL, and we got a chance to check out their new property on the island city of Singapore.

More recently, the hotel chain announced new city centre hotels in San Francisco, London Clerkenwell, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Amsterdam, Miami, Dubai, Geneva, Park City and two hotels in Singapore Changi Airport and Istanbul New Airport.

The Singapore property in conveniently located in the bustling shopping district of Orchard Road and minutes away from Singapore’s most popular attractions.

Technology is at the heart of this brand.

The check-in lobby is referred to as Mission Control and this acts as the nucleus of the property. The helpful crew are on hand 24/7 to help with whatever needs to get done.

Meet Yoshi & Yolanda

In line with their mandate of integrating the best technology into the product, YOTEL Singapore comes complete with Yoshi & Yolanda – their hotel’s friendly guest service robots. The robots will deliver everything from an extra towel or a bottle of water and seamlessly interface with the elevators and come right to your front door. Oh, they can even sing you a song if you wish. Say hello to their future of customer service!

“The robots will deliver everything from an extra towel or a bottle of water”


  • Queen size adjustable SmartBed with Serta cool action gel memory foam mattress Technowall with HD smart TV, connect your device and cast your favourite shows Workdesk with multiple power points Rain shower Urban Skincare shampoo, conditioner, body wash and lotion Electronic laptop size safe Iron and ironing board Mini fridge with complimentary bottled water Tea and coffee making facilities Free super-fast WiFi Free calls within Singapore

YOTEL Global Locations

  • London Heathrow Airport (2007) – 32 cabins London Gatwick Airport (2007) – 46 cabins Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (2008) – 57 cabins New York City (2011) – 713 cabins Charles de Gaulle Airport (2016) – 80 cabins Boston (2017) – 326 cabins Singapore (2017) – 610 cabins San Francisco (opening 2018) [39] – 203 cabins Istanbul New Airport (opening 2018) – 456 cabins Singapore Changi Airport (opening 2019) – 130 cabins London (opening 2019) – 212 cabins Edinburgh (opening 2019) – 277 cabins Glasgow (opening 2019) – 254 cabins Amsterdam (opening 2019) – 202 cabins


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