Just two blocks west of Times Square, YOTEL brings you everything that you would expect from the area-luxury, fun and excitement at an affordable price. Boasting New York’s largest outdoor terrace, bars, a restaurant, studio and gym, you don’t even need to leave the building to stay entertained!
There are many things about this hotel that set YOTEL apart from the rest, from the neon exterior to the robot that stores luggage indoors. Once you walk into the lobby, you will quickly realize that it seems that you are checking in at an airport and grasp the feel of the atmosphere.
The rooms here are not in fact called rooms, they are called ‘cabins’. Each cabin comes with quiet cooling and heating, a monsoon power shower room, free super strength Wi-Fi, a workstation and a complimentary breakfast available from the kitchen Galley on each floor. The rooms feature a moving bed clothed in luxury sheets and the technowall has a TV, music and power services. It has everything that you can expect in a room of 200 sq. ft. If you are looking for some extra space, some of the ‘First’ cabins come with an outdoor terrace and hot tub!
Dining at YOTEL will also be a unique experience. ‘DOHYO’, the Japanese word for the Sumo wrestling platform and descriptive of YOTEL’s original table sharing concept, feature tables that lower and raise for Japanese-style seating and a performance area out of dining hours.
New York’s largest outdoor hotel terrace features two bars, pagodas, fire and blankets for autumn evenings. Green Lounge, Club lounge and bar, club lounge cabins are also available.
YOTEL is located near the heart of New York’s biggest and brightest neighborhood. The centralized location means you’re just a stone’s throw away from the area that originated the “bright lights, big city” phrasing. Times Square is awash with colorful electronic billboards, as well as every brand name store you can imagine and a variety of restaurants.
A bit further west, discover Broadway’s Great White Way, where celebrities and theatrical actors alike give their best performances on the city’s greatest stages. Great dining is clustered around the Times Square area, so you won’t have to go far to get a bite to eat in between shopping and shows.
Times Square is a hub for public transportation; the 1/2/3 and A/C/E subway lines are located here, both of which go up and down the west side. Walk a bit east, and you’ll find yourself on Fifth Avenue among the luxury shops!