Yotel just announced that their third hotel will open at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, its first international location. British Yotel will be creating 56 rooms in terminal D, due to open for business in 2008. Late June, the first Yotel opened at London’s Gatwick airport. With rooms that are a crossing between a pod on a first class flight and a ‘room’ in a Japanese capsule hotel, the chain will cater to both overnight and short-term guests needing a nap between flights. Small and inexpensive yet full equipped for modern travellers, the hotels present a new take on accommodation and a smart way to squeeze a hotel into limited space. More recent news from Schiphol: a co-branded baby lounge.