Yooma Urban Lodge: a totally new hotel concept!

Yooma-Urban Lodge, an original new urban hotel designed by the famous architect Ora-Ito, opened this month at 51 quai de Grenelle between the Eiffel Tower and the Beaugrenelle shopping centre.

Recognizable by its blue facade and the signature black and white stripes of Daniel Buren, this 4,400 m² hotel has 106 rooms on 2 levels. What makes it different is that it is the first establishment to respond to a real accommodation demand for small numbers of guests, with rooms for 2, 4, 5 and 6 people. Guest rooms are decorated in bright colours and all are equipped with a private toilet and bathroom. Another particularity: Check-in can be done at the reception, via the Yooma mobile app or via the Yooma Robot!

The lobby comprises a large welcoming living space and showcases various temporary exhibitions throughout the year. The Lobby Bar is an ideal place for an after-work event or to relax at any time of day (seats 80), and is open from 7am to 2am in the morning.

The 130-cover restaurant, open at lunchtime and in the evening, serves traditional French food. A cooking school offers cooking classes and pastry-making classes for guests and non-residents, as well as team-building events, and you can also book the workshop for your private event. A film screening room/function room (170 m²) can also be hired and partitioned off to create 3 meeting rooms. A gym and a well-being space, kitchens on each floor, as well as artists’ workshops round off this unique accommodation offer in Paris.

Hurry and check out Yooma, a place that’s all about ‘togetherness’!