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Yotel | Airport Hotel

The Yotel is a new concept hotel, inspired by the existing capsule hotels in Japan. This concept was created by Simon Woodroffe, whose idea was to create cabins with the comfort of a luxury hotel, but with an affordable price. The Yotel offers small rooms but comfortable and modern. The beds are of reasonable size and transform into couches at the touch of a button. All rooms have access to free wireless internet, fully equipped bathroom, desk and tv. The Yotel targets customers with several hours of waiting between flights, the minimum stay required is only four hours. Reservations are made online and check-in is done on interactive multimedia kiosks at the airport. You can book for London and Amsterdam airports, more should be available soon.



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LEOBO PRIVATE RESERVE | SOUTH AFRICA | Image

LEOBO PRIVATE RESERVE | SOUTH AFRICA

Leobo Private Reserve features a luxury villa located in a nature reserve in the Limpopo Province in northern South Africa. The impressive villa is able to accommodate up to 26 guests, providing an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of wildlife in complete isolation from the outside world, without giving up modern amenities. Set within 12,000 acres of African wilderness, the private game reserve offers luxury accommodation, including butlers and a private chef, plus it...
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SEAMLESS & STEADFAST ENAMELWARE | Image

SEAMLESS & STEADFAST ENAMELWARE

Best Made Company have dedicated their existence to equipping customers with quality tools they can use and pass down for generations, such as this beautiful enamelware collection. All items are developed using World War Two era machinery and feature Best Madeīs renowned "Famous X" directly baked on every piece insuring a smooth, long-lasting, and seamless finish....
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RAINMAN DECANTER

Rainman Decanter is a carefully and purposefully designed decanter, its main purpose is to provide aeration to your wine, it does so with the obvious decanting process, but also when youīre pouring it. It serves your beverage through eight smaller holes on its side, producing something of a shower effect, and allowing the wine to breathe more, attaining its full potential more easily. Itīs made from hand-blown glass, so itīs really exclusive and well finished, with ...
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