Yotel opens its first airside hotel, at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
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Amsterdam seems to be Europe's testing ground for no-frills chic, pod-like hotels. Last year, we wrote about Qbic, a hotel that uses bedroom-plus-bathroom cubes that can be easily installed and removed, allowing for short-term use of vacant real estate. In June 2008, we covered CitizenM, which focuses on high design at low prices, featuring prefab rooms that can be stacked up to build a hotel. And today, British Yotel opened a location at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. We've featured Yotel before. Founded by YO! Sushi's Simon Woodruffe, the hotel's rooms are--as described on tripadvisor.com by a guest--"just like a space-age train…
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