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Yotel London Shoreditch opens its doors

To mark its opening, the Shoreditch site has launched a new cocktail and food menu offering, including ‘build your own breakfasts’ and all day dining

Yotel London Shoreditch has officially opened its doors to guests as one of the newest hotels in East London, marking Yotel’s fifth city centre hotel in the UK. 

To mark its opening, the Shoreditch site has launched a new cocktail and food menu offering, including ‘build your own breakfasts’ and all day dining.

The 161-room hotel said its new food and drink menu is part of Komyuniti, the hotel’s all-day bar, restaurant and co-working space, including a ‘build your own breakfast’ for guests. All menu items offer guests ‘Cockney rhyming slang’ alternative names. Serving food from 12pm until 10pm, the hotel’s new menu offering includes bar bites, flatbreads and bao buns.

Yotel London Shoreditch also incorporates Yotel’s signature design and technology features with self-service stations allowing guests to check in in under a minute. 

Less than three minutes’ walk from Bethnal Green tube station, the hotel is easily accessed from the city centre, meaning guests are near to the capital’s tourist attractions and locations including Brick Lane and Columbia Road Flower Market. 

Danilo Fadale, general manager at Yotel London Shoreditch, said: “We’re delighted to fully open our doors and welcome guests and locals alike to our beautiful space in Yotel London Shoreditch. The hotel is truly the ideal location to live like a local and try out some of East Londoners’ favourite and most talked about spots from Columbia Road Flower Market to the Young V&A set to open next year.  

“Our expert bar staff will welcome guests back from a long day of exploring the city with our signature cocktail list featuring everything from a Cherry Negroni to an Aperol Spritz. It’s an exciting time in our neighbourhood and we can’t wait to host people from all over the globe, and show them exactly why London is the greatest city in the world.” 

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