Yotelair London Gatwick Airport
Time Out says
A branch of the chain that takes inspiration from the small-but-perfectly-formed capsule hotels of Japan.
There’s something rather cyberpunkish about Yotelair – step into the foyer from the South Terminal and you’ll find everything drenched in purple light; the front desk is marked ‘Mission Control’. The rooms themselves are modelled like flight cabins: every last piece of space is thoughtfully considered. Tiers of room vary, but each has free wi-fi, a work desk and an en-suite with monsoon shower.
If you’re in need of sustenance, you can order food straight to your room from the ‘crew’, while a continental breakfast is an additionally £6.95 to the bill. This place is a great chance if you’re looking for somewhere affordable but with a little heart and soul too.
Time Out tip: Need a caffeine hit before you take to the skies? Free tea and coffee is available from the front desk 24 hours a day.
Arrivals Concourse, South Terminal
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