Adagio to add brace of French properties

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France: Aparthotels Adagio has announced new French signings in Boulogne-Billancourt and Saint-Nazaire.

Due to open in May, the three-star Adagio Access in Saint-Nazaire is part of a franchising agreement with Portner Invest. Located 10 minutes from the town centre and the seaside resort of Saint-Marc-sur-Mer, the aparthotel will consist of 80 renovated apartments – some of which will have private outdoor terraces. Guests will also benefit from access to a gym and carpark.

Aparthotel Adagio Saint-Nazaire is placed to attract both business and leisure guests. The nearby salt marshes and Parc Naturel Régional de la Brière attract nature lovers and eco-tourists. Thousands of students are expected on the Digital Campus in 2022, and the property is close to Saint-Nazaire's business park, home to more than 70 companies and cutting-edge industries.

Aparthotel Adagio has also announced a new signing in the Paris suburb of Boulogne-Billancourt, with the brand entering into a management mandate with Kermen 768 for the development of the new property. Scheduled to open in the last quarter of 2022, the four-star aparthotel will be located in the Trapeze district near Billancourt metro station and the future Pont de Sèvres station.

Aparthotel Adagio Boulogne will feature 101 apartments that can accommodate two to four people. The property will feature an outdoor space, sports hall, underground car park and common areas that open onto the city. The conversion project is managed by First Avenue.

Karim Malak, managing director of Adagio, said: "We are very pleased with the new development in Boulogne-Billancourt, which strengthens Adagio's presence in western Paris. We’re delighted to be back with First Avenue and Towa, with whom we already have worked with on the development of the Adagio de Vincennes, whose management contract has just been renewed. These signatures demonstrate our partners confidence in our know-how and our business model, which has proven its resilience in these unprecedented times of health crisis.”



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