Replay Destinations to open third YotelPad in the US

Replay Destinations will open its third U.S. location in Mammoth Lakes, California. To be called YotelPad Mammoth, the ski property will be the first new development built in the village area at Mammoth Mountain in more than 10 years. 

Yotel worked with Method Studios in the design of 177-unit YotelPad Mammoth.

YotelPad Mammoth will have 156 Pads with flexible and adaptable spaces, ranging from 410 square feet to 629 square feet. The project will also have the brand's first residential Domo concept, selling 21 townhomes at 1,503 square feet each. 

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YotelPad’s design concept centers around transformative spaces, including multi-purpose furniture with convertible configurations to maximize interior space along with built-in technology and lighting. These will be complemented by a minimalistic design and new technologies, including adjustable SmartBeds and adjustable mood lighting, a smart TV, multi-power points and easy connectivity for guests. Additional tech-forward features will be available via the Yotel app, including check-in and keyless entry.

The property will have a seamless indoor-outdoor experience for owners and guest. The Terrace will serve as a social hub with a bar, numerous fire pits, a year-round pool and hot tub, a dog park, a dedicated area for yoga, in addition to table tennis and bocce ball courts. The community fireplace lounge will also include the first-ever YotelPad bar. There will be dedicated zones for kids and teens.

Other amenities in and around Mission Control (the central lobby area) will include a 24/7 gym, steam room and Grab and Go light bites.

Photo credit: YotelPad

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