With cabin rooms designed with everything you need, and nothing you don't.

Yotel is a techy, London-born chain that’s been described as the missing link between Airbnb and old-school hotels. The brand takes cues from Japanese capsule hotels and first-class airline travel to squeeze luxury hotel living into the most compact of spaces.

While most of its branches are found within airports—like Amsterdam Schiphol and the Charles de Gaulle in Paris—Yotel’s Asian debut is about to land on Singapore’s shopping hub of Orchard Street.

The 610 rooms (called “cabins”) are designed to “come with everything you need and nothing you don’t.” The premium option (from around B4,300/night) come with an adjustable SmartBed, rejuvenating rain showers, smart TV, plentiful power sockets—and even mood lighting. The hotel also offers a club lounge, gym, restaurant and bar, co-working space, and 20-meter pool.

See www.yotel.com/en/hotels/yotel-singapore.