Method Studio designs YotelPad Park City

Yotel is scheduled to open YotelPad Park City, one of the first YotelPad projects in North America, in 2020.

Developed by Replay Destinations, YotelPad Park City will be located at the base of Park City Mountain in upper Canyons Village. Architecture and design is by Method Studio from Salt Lake City.

When completed, YotelPad Park city will have 144 studios and three-bedroom condominiums. Each Pad will be planned and optimized for functionality and flexibility. Interior features will include multi-functional, Italian-made furniture; work and relaxation areas; bathrooms with Yotel’s monsoon rain shower; kitchens with large view windows; and social spaces.

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As an added benefit, ski and car valet service will be provided to owners and guests. Amenities will include a pool deck oriented to the west to maximize the afternoon sun, a hot tub, fire pits, and additional outdoor living spaces on the Vista Terrace. The pool deck will adjoin a fitness center and steam room with storage lockers situated in the parking garage. 

Yotel announced 18 new locations in countries around the world, including the U.S., Portugal, Switzerland, Holland, Turkey, Istanbul and Dubai.

Photo credit: YOTEL

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