Fountain Court invests £1.2million in refurbishments and guest initiatives

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UK: Edinburgh serviced apartment company Fountain Court is investing more than £1.2 million in refurbishing of its West End serviced apartments and developing a range of "forward thinking, guest-friendly initiatives".

This period of strategic restructuring of the company’s portfolio has resulted in recent sales of several of its Edinburgh properties as Fountain Court streamlines its business.

Fountain Court said it was focusing on its serviced apartments in the city’s financial district. These include the Grove, Harris and Executive properties, which have a total of 85 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. From 1st October 2019, Royal Garden and EQ2 Apartments will no longer be offered by Fountain Court.

Fountain Court director John Neil said: “The extensive refurbishment will ensure guests staying at Fountain Court enjoy a fully modernised apartment with spacious living areas and a bespoke kitchen. New features including upgraded power showers, high speed Wi-Fi and a comfortable bed are at the forefront of the design. This investment highlights our ambition to be the premier serviced apartment provider in Edinburgh. Friendly service, local hospitality and fantastic value for money will remain at the core of our offering.”

He added: “Fountain Court offers the perfect destination for both corporate and leisure travellers alike. With spacious and well-equipped apartments located in an ideal position in the Edinburgh’s West End, we offer a true home from home experience supported by great Scottish hospitality.”

Fountain Court is a privately-owned Edinburgh serviced apartment company established in 1998.



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