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Hotel Hyundai pop-up powered entirely by electric vehicles

Consumers are now able to stay in a hotel powered solely by electric vehicles (EVs), thanks to Hyundai.

The new Hotel Hyundai offers a unique off-grid experience, with sustainability and environment at the forefront of the hotel’s offering. Curated by broadcaster and critic Grage Dent, the hotel has been set up after the carmaker found that 46% of survey respondents valued a greener experience when choosing holiday accommodation. A further quarter are choosing staycations over travelling abroad, in order to reduce their carbon footprints.

Two fifths (40%) say they are also looking for cheaper travel options this year and over half (55%) admit this decision is due to the current cost of living crisis. As a result, over half (53%) say they would like to invest their holiday spend in local UK economies rather than abroad.

Other reasons for choosing staycations over travelling abroad include alleviating the stress of travel disruptions (51%), the fact that UK summers are becoming hotter (26%) and to save money (25%).

Hotel Hyundai offers a unique pop-up experience

Situated in Essex, just an hour from central London, Hotel Hyundai is centred around a luxury cabin. Powered entirely by a number of Hyundai Ioniq 5 EVs, the hotel is set across three key areas:

The guest suite
A high-end luxury cabin by Colemans Farm, the room offers everything guests can expect from a luxury boutique hotel. From the lights and all amenities, everything is powered by IONIQ 5 and its Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) technology.

Bar & restaurant
No hotel is complete without a bar and restaurant and Hotel Hyundai is no different. The menu and mixology have been curated by Grace Dent, providing a food and beverage offering as innovative and sustainable as the cars powering it, with ingredients sourced locally within Essex. As well as indoor-outdoor dining and cooking over fire, the bar and restaurant area will have an IONIQ 5 coffee lounge, with expertly prepared espresso powered by the car. 

Cinema
To finish off the evening, guests are invited to enjoy a film from a car-powered projector and speakers, with a V2L powered popcorn machine for the true cinema experience.

Grace Dent, curator of Hotel Hyundai, said: “We are looking for unique, memorable stays more now than ever and this is a delicious blend of innovation, luxury and comfort that gets you thinking. With power coming from the car, where could Hotel Hyundai pop-up next?

“I am excited for those staying with us to sample the sustainable, locally sourced menu as well as the equally fabulous cocktails, and of course to enjoy a good night’s sleep.

“I hope this three-week pop-up hotel is just the start for this concept of a car plugging in and powering a luxury experience like this. I’m predicting that guests will be hoping that his amazing hotel and the full experience it offers might be here again in 2023.”

The Ioniq 5 is able to power the hotel and its experiences using its V2L feature that supplies AC power (230V/50Hz) up to a maximum of 3.6kW (or 15 Amps) power consumption. An adapter from the car provides a socket into which standard domestic appliances can be plugged into. 

Enter today for a chance to stay

Members of the public can win a stay at the unique hotel and enjoy the full experience on offer with welcome cocktails, a three-course meal, evening film and breakfast hamper all included.

Hotel Hyundai is open for 14 nights from 19 October to 5 November. To be in with a chance to win a stay, visit: www.kiphideaways.com/hideaways/hotel-hyundai. All entries must be received by 00.01am on Sunday 23 October. Full terms and conditions are listed on the entry website.

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