The property will be available for stays ranging from one-night to monthly, with a range in size and layout options available. It is due to open in May 2024. YOTEL will kickstart the year with a February opening in the Lake Geneva area. It will feature 237 rooms, a multi-use entertainment, meeting, and co-working area called HVGGE, as well as a 24/7 indoor and outdoor Danish-inspired restaurant, bar, and café. In the latter half of 2024, two additional locations in Bangkok and Tokyo are scheduled to launch. 

YOTEL Bangkok will open in Cloud 11 – ground-up, mixed-use development with a rooftop park. The 250 room hotel will offer a co-working space, a 24-hour fitness centre, Grab & Go snack station, two meeting hubs and a restaurant and sky bar on the 22nd floor overlooking Bang Krachao. The 244-room YOTEL Tokyo is set to include the brand’s robotic concierge, a 24/7 fitness centre, a Grab & Go station and meeting space. The opening is set to be a springboard for YOTEL’s wider strategy to expand across key cities in Japan including Sapporo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe.