Yotelair opens at Changi Air­port

Paradise - - Contents - – STEVEN JAUW WALUDIN See yotel.com.

AYOTELAIR ho­tel has opened at Sin­ga­pore’s Changi Air­port with 130 rooms (or cab­ins, as they call them), a mixed-use com­mu­nal space and 24/ 7 gym – all the es­sen­tials for tran­sit trav­ellers. Us­ing fully au­to­mated touch­screen ter­mi­nals, guests can check them­selves in or out around the clock. Bookings start from four hours for $S100 (about PGK250), after which hourly rates are avail­able.

Cab­ins are mod­elled after eco­nom­i­cal air­craft in­te­ri­ors with ad­justable light­ing, mul­ti­ple power points, flat-screen TVs and pull-out work­sta­tions.

YOTELAIR of­fers com­pli­men­tary high-speed Wi-Fi for guests look­ing to stream videos or catch up on some last-minute work. Wire­less ac­cess is avail­able both in-cabin and in KOMYUNITI, the ho­tel’s 68-seat com­mu­nal co-work­ing and din­ing space.

Com­pli­men­tary tea and cof­fee are pro­vided, while dishes such as spaghetti bolog­naise and teriyaki chicken are avail­able to buy. ■

YOTELAIR Sin­ga­pore … the com­mu­nal work­ing and din­ing space (main); one of the cab­ins (left); the fully au­to­mated check- in area (top right).

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