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Park City is the ideal setting for YotelPAD's first venue in the world and it's open for the adventurous traveler

Posted at 1:32 PM, Jan 08, 2021
and last updated 2021-01-08 15:38:35-05

The world's first YotelPAD is open right here in Utah and ready for the adventurous traveler.

Brandon Tyler, General Manager, says Park City is the ideal setting for YotelPAD's first venue in the world.

It exemplifies the contemporary style of a modern hotel with the persona of today's mountain resort enthusiast, including both winter skiers and year-round outdoor lovers.

There are 144 PADs (YOTEL-speak for condominiums) at the base of Park City Mountain in Canyons Village.

They offer studio, one-, two- and three bedroom PADS, and they all come with innovative designs with Italian furniture that transforms into multiple uses in the same room space. The floor plans are European-inspired and optimize every inch of the PAD, which can accommodate up to eight guests.

They are equipped with self-service check-in stations, and guests have access to Grab+Go meals and drinks, a 24/7 gym with the latest Technogym equipment, ski valets, a fireside lounge and more.

The modern, international designs for indoors, outdoors and everything in between make this an ideal for travelers.

Guests can relax in the hot tub, unwind by the pool and soak in Park City's beautiful valley views from the deck.

With a fully decked out game room, they can get an added measure of stress relief.

YotelPAD is selling PADS for full ownership and have about 85 percent of them sold.

Owners who want to rent their PADS will instantly be listed in Yotel's worldwide network for guests seeking new experiences in an environment with modern design.

There are currently 17 YOTELs in eight countries including recently opened YOTEL London, YOTEL Glasgow and YOTEL Washington, D.C.

YotelPAD is the future, and they're excited to bring the very first one to Park City.

YotelPAD is meeting and exceeding health guidelines to ensure every guest, worker and all areas are safe. To stay virus-free, they take sanitation seriously with deep cleaning happening

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