Softroom London, Cullen West Interiors collaborate for Yotel’s second US location in Boston

The technology-oriented Yotel Boston is said to be reminiscent of first-class air travel.

The airport-friendly Yotel brand has opened its second property in the U.S. Located in Boston’s Seaport District, the Yotel Boston was designed by architecture practice Softroom London with spaces developed by Dallas-based studio Cullen West Interiors.

Said to be reminiscent of first-class air travel, the technology-oriented hotel has self-service kiosks and allows guests to access their rooms through smartphone apps. It has 326 guestrooms, all of them including Technowalls outfitted with smart TVs, mood lighting, and bathrooms with monsoon rainshowers and heated towel racks. Configurations vary from Premium Queen layouts to First King, as well as the VIP suite.

Located on the ground floor is the Club Lounge, which has a bar, private phone booths and an outdoor patio.

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Other amenities include a fitness center, meeting areas, and the indoor-outdoor Sky Lounge on the 12th floor, which offers 360-degree views of the city’s harbor and skyline.



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