If only Yotel would have been opened earlier, Tom Hanks wouldn't have needed to wander around "The Terminal" for many months.
"Simon Woodroffe's inspiration for YOTEL came from British Airways first class and Japanese capsule hotels.
We believe it is one of the world's most radical hotel concepts and will offer a solution to expensive and boring hotels around the globe.
Cabins will be bookable in blocks of four hours enabling delayed and transfer passengers to relax privately in a hotel environment. In addition, passengers leaving on those early morning flights can stay the night before to catch some extras hours sleep in the morning and check in online from the comfort of their rooms safe in the knowledge that they are just a casual stroll for their next morning’s departure. Early arriving passengers may also check-in for a few hours before going to a meeting."
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Yotel (Hotel) Rooms Available in the London Terminal
- By: Gaelle DevinsApr 19, 2006