Located inside 100 year-old ware house and that building has 50 prefab hubs which are donated with bench, bed, Wi-Fi, mood lightning control vial CityHub app. room size are equal and just for two people with shared bathroom. With that practice the brand seek to maximize efficiency in operations and construction.
Co-founder Sem Schuurkes said Skift :
“We felt there was a big gap between hostels and hotels basically,” “Hostels are usually like a shared dorm, and they have a good vibe and a good price, but generally they’re often very dirty, and you have to share a room. And then if you want something private, you end up with a hotel, which is very often formal and expensive and boring.”
CityHub prices will be around $65-$75 but prices can change between $45 to $110 based on demand.
CityHub positioning itself between hostel and hotel, like hostels’ social guest experience and price but special room model separate CityHub from hostel.
They planned to be franchise San Francisco, Los Angeles and Australia and expand themselves to primary European capitals, like London, Paris, Barcelona and Berlin.