Aparthotel Adagio has recently added a London branch to their portfolio. Sabi Phagura headed to Brentford to find out more.
As you might have gathered from the name, an apart-hotel combines the best parts of a hotel with a luxury apartment. They are furnished with a generous kitchen and living space to make it really feel like a home away from home. So, if you’ve ever stayed in a regular hotel and yearned for extra space and more than just a travel kettle and instant coffee sachets, you may want to consider staying in one.
Adagio offers chic boutique-style, yet comfortable and spacious apartments in urban locations. The brand’s concept is growing its presence across the UK with aparthotels in Liverpool, Birmingham and Edinburgh. Their latest addition in Brentford consists of 100 apartments – a mixture of studios and one-bedroom abodes. In terms of living space, they range from 30.6m² to 48.7m² and can sleep between two to four people.
Aparthotels appeal to a wide range of people, from the business traveller and families, to friends and couples. Corporate guests can find that constantly eating out can prove rather expensive or monotonous, especially when travelling alone. So having a fully equipped kitchen to cook in is not only a better option, but can be a healthier and relaxing one too. Similarly, families with children seeking ‘home to home’ comforts, such as separate rooms and shared space, can benefit from this type of living space.
Aparthotel Adagio London Brentford is well-equipped to cater for all. The modern, light and airy studios and apartments offer double beds, one bathroom, a living area and a kitchenette with a combination microwave, a coffee machine and dishwasher. Added benefits include built-in air conditioning, a walk-on balcony, an HD flat-screen TV and free internet access. And you don’t have to take the home-to-home concept too far, as housekeeping services are provided once a week and communal laundry facilities are available to guests for an additional charge.
To make your stay that much more comfortable, on-site amenities include a fitness centre, restaurant, café, bar and a communal resident’s lounge. The latter is often used by day guests and visitors looking for an extension to their working space, or just to grab a coffee with friends or colleagues. There’s also a convenience store nearby to get those essentials on your shopping list.
The Aparthotel is conveniently located just six miles from London’s Heathrow Airport, a 20-minute walk from the closest tube station and just an eight-minute stroll away from the nearest train station. Free on-site parking is available at the property, so you could ditch the car and explore the capital’s sights via public transport. In addition, voyeuristic sport lovers don’t have to travel far from here to get to Wembley or Twickenham stadiums. But if you’re one of those enthusiasts who like to take part, there’s always the option to try your hand at stand-up paddleboarding on the River Thames.
The Aparthotels Adagio network has 105 aparthotels and 11,600 apartments worldwide, and are looking to have 150 aparthotels and 15,000 apartments by 2023. We’re all taking more business and leisure trips, and an apart-hotel will afford you much more space to spread out along with the essentials for longer stays.
Aparthotel Adagio London Brentford – Where and How?
Room rates at Aparthotel Adagio London Brentford start from £87 per night. The mixture of studios and one-bedroom apartments are situated at Key Eye Tower, Ealing Road, Brentford TW8 0FL, United Kingdom. For more information or to book your stay, visit www.adagio-city.com.