First new-look Adagio aparthotel to open in Edinburgh

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UK: Aparthotels Adagio will open its first new-look aparthotel on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile next month.

Aparthotels Adagio Edinburgh Royal Mile will open on December 19th as part of the city's £150m New Waverley development.
The 146-unit building is the first Adagio aparthotel worldwide to feature the brand's new look apartments - described as "a lighter, brighter and altogether more dynamic living space".
The Edinburgh opening is also the first Adagio to feature a new concept public space, designed to be "an open space where guests can meet, share and collaborate". The design has taken its inspiration from "the stunning architecture and nature that make up the famous Edinburgh landscape".
Jose Gómez, general manager of Aparthotels Adagio, said: "The opening of Adagio Edinburgh Royal Mile is an important milestone in the global development of Adagio. The first new look aparthotel to open anywhere in the world, the Edinburgh launch demonstrates our continued commitment to bringing an exceptional product to our guests around the world. It is an exciting time for the brand and we are thrilled that the new concept will be seen in such an world-renowned city as Edinburgh for the very first time."
The four-storey aparthotel has been constructed behind an existing façade of two 1930s tenement buildings overlooking the Royal Mile - one of which is the C-listed Sailors Ark building, formerly an ex-serviceman's hostel which helped feed the city's homeless before and after the Second World War. It overlooks New Waverley's public square which opens in early December, becoming the first significant public space to open in the city-centre for more than 50 years.


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