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Yotel announces new location at Mammoth ski resort

Yotel announces new location at Mammoth ski resort

Yotel has announced a second YotelPad project in the United States, as mountain resort Mammoth.

The project, in partnership with Replay Destinations, follows details of the first in Park City revealed earlier this year.

Following the recent success of the first YotelPad project in Park City, YotelPad Mammoth will cater to the southern California market.

YotelPad Mammoth will have 177 units including 21 ‘town-homes’.

Building on the clever design principles of Yotel and YotelAir cabins, the design and development of YotelPad offers purposefully compact luxury serviced apartments, known as ‘Pads’ and doing so at an affordable price.

Located in a sought-after location, YotelPad Mammoth will offer guests a seamless indoor/outdoor experience, featuring numerous fire pit areas, a hot tub, and an outdoor pool.


The pool deck will connect to indoor social spaces which will include cleverly designed areas for relaxing, co-working and informal gatherings and will feature a lobby fireplace, games room, kids’ zone, and restaurant and bar.

“Our vision is to provide innovative and affordable vacation home ownership at the top mountain resort destinations in North America where the price of real estate for prime location has become unattainable for many,” said Gary Raymond, managing director, Replay Destinations.

Mammoth Mountain is owned by the recently created Alterra Mountain Company and is part of the Ikon pass, allows owners access to 14 of the world’s premier four-season resorts.

It is one of California’s premier drive-to mountain resorts and the third most visited ski resort in the US with over 1.1 million skier visits each season.

Hubert Viriot, chief executive of Yotel, stated: “With their expertise in the resort development industry we saw an opportunity to partner with Replay again to bring innovation and affordable luxury living to another sought-after mountain resort in North America.”