The two properties share facilities including two onsite restaurants (which are still to open) and a bar, as well meeting and coworking space, a fitness center and pool deck.
The Yotel brand launched in 2007 at London’s Gatwick airport, and there are currently around 21 properties including six in the US.
The Yotelpad spin-off was launched in 2019, and opened its first property in Park City (around 35 miles from Salt Lake City International airport) in 2020, with properties also under development in Geneva and Atlanta.
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Rates for Yotel Miami start from $199 per night, with the Yotelpad from £349.
Commenting on the news Hubert Viriot, CEO of Yotel, said:
“As Yotel continues to push boundaries in the hospitality industry, we’re proud to launch our first-ever hotel and pad concept in flourishing Downtown Miami. Yotel Miami and Yotelpad Miami are unique in that there’s something for everyone, regardless of length of stay.
“Our experience is led by smart design and tech-forward amenities, coupled with a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere that allows guests to define their own travel journey. As our third US opening in less than two years, we’re delighted to continue to expand the US footprint and bring travelers the latest in a seamless, smart stay.”