New YOTELPAD Condos Coming to Park City


YOTELPAD, European-living inspired condos, are coming to the Canyons Base Area of Park City Resort. Headquartered in London, YOTEL cut its teeth with airport hotels inspired by Japan’s famously compact accommodation options. It now operates similar space efficient hotels in cities across the world.

YOTEL’s newest project is YOTELPAD, condominiums inspired by space-efficient European living. The company is only debuting YOTELPAD in five cities around the world and Park City, Utah just happens to be one of them. Along with Dubai, Miami, and two Swiss cities, Park City will soon see construction begin on this exciting new real estate development.


These new condos will be perfect for locals seeking a small space. As residents struggle to break into the Park City real estate market, YOTELPAD offers a solution. A YOTELPAD condo would also be a great fit for part-time residents who come to ski or as an investment property for short-term/long-term rentals.

These units will go fast and the deadline to reserve yours is Friday, March 16. Here’s what you need to know:

What: A new condominium development with streamlined units featuring swanky lounge areas, adjustable SmartBeds™, luxury en-suite bathrooms, fully equipped kitchenettes, and ample storage. A Technowall allows residents or guests to customize the space and make the condo feel like home.


Where: Steps from the gondola at the Canyons Base of Park City Resort

When: Interested buyers must make a non-binding reservation and $10,000 refundable deposit by 5pm MST on Friday, March 16. Actual pricing will be released March 23. A lottery selection event will take place March 28 in the Grand Summit Ballroom. Contracts go firm in June. Groundbreaking anticipated this July, with completion within 18-24 months.

How Much: Full-ownership studios start at $275,000 with three bedrooms going up to just under $1,000,000.Blank Yotel Reservation Agreement

Forms: YOTELPAD Early Interest List and Blank Yotel Reservation Agreement

Interested? Got questions? Contact me.

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