Yotel Hotel Reviews
Description:Make your in-transit comfortable and enjoyable. Book a cabin right in the airport terminal. Currently available at ... more
Newest Review: ... into space with some hottie named miss Goodbody or something. The Bed is one of those electric folding beds that were used to fold the glorious Thora Hird (may she rest in peace) and are very comfortable. It does feel like a cabin but a fun futuristic camping-in-space cabin. The lights are a bit hard to control and are a bit blue for my liking but they fit nicely with the decor. Plus there is ... more
Customer Yotel Hotel Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/06/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Anyone who has been to Heathrow terminal 4 will know that it is a dismal dreary place with nothing in it but a starbucks and a weatherspoons. Yotel makes it all go away. . . Yo! Prices It's mega reasonable. We got a premium cabin for four hours for £40.00, I think the standards are around £25.00. In comparison there is a Hilton at Terminal 4 that costs around £200.00 a night. Yo! Atmosphere The Cabin itself is very cool, kind of like a futuristic love-pod. You can imagine James Bond in it - floating into space with some hottie named miss Goodbody or something. The Bed is one of those electric folding beds that were used to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I first discovered the Yotel hotels when I was due to fly to Egypt from Gatwick at some insane time in the morning, and didn't fancy getting up at 3am to leave my house in time to get to the airport for check in. So I decided to look at the hotels in the vicintiy of the airport, but got dismayed when I saw the prices and then the fact that the "convenient" shuttle bus doesn't run early enough for us.... Then I came across Yotel. They are located in, yes IN Gatwick airport, just off the departure lounge. You don't even have to leave the airport. So you can wake up, shower, and walk the 100m or so to the departure area. What could be ... Read the complete review
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