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Mini Guide to Two of England's Newest Budget Hotels

With sophisticated, space-saving innovations and plenty of amenities, England's Yotel and Nitenite are reimagining the capsule hotel for the 21st century. EasyHotel has offered tiny accommodations with minimal services to budget travelers in central London and Basel. But the upscale version of the idea is new, with Yotel and a Birmingham competitor called Nitenite adding glossy design and luxury amenities to the equation. Read the article

Inspired by: Micro Hotels Go Big — by Alison Tyler, Published May. 2006

Hotels (3)

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    Yotel Heathrow

    Inspired by Japanese capsule hotels and first-class airplane cabins, Yotel provides the amenities of a high-end hotel (handmade organic mattresses,

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    Nitenite

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    EasyHotel

    For clean, no frills accommodations, EasyHotel covers the basics of a bed and a bathroom. Its trademark color, soda-pop orange, reappears everywher

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