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Stratford’s new Adagio Aparthotel

As Adagio’s second Aparthotel in London, the new building features 100 two-person studios and 36 flats which can fit up to four residents. The new building exponentially increases the opportunities for people to experience living in Stratford, London – the “Capital of the East”.


The Aparthotel concept itself is one that has flexible living at its heart. The idea is to create a space that’s more of a home from home than your average hotel room. Stay for one night, one week, or up to four months if, for whatever reason, you find yourself needing to stay away for a prolonged period of time. The choice is yours with long stay customers accessing reductions of up to 40%. Which in itself is a competitive offer against other hotels in Stratford, London.


But that’s not all. Residents will also enjoy contemporary functional design, a 24/7 concierge service, a gym and business lounge for those who want a separate space to work. It’s also only a minute away from Stratford International Train Station and of course International Quarter London and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The architecture of the building itself gives a nod to the history of the area, with details that are reminiscent of the railways that were, for decades, at the heart of Stratford’s industry.


Speaking of industry, Stratford itself has undergone quite the transformation in the past decade. Now identified as a cool area in London outside of the centre, its welcoming new residents, visitors and businesses to enjoy all the amenities the East has to offer. Those living in Stratford London enjoy open green space, world-class fitness facilities, exceptional shops and restaurants, as well as improved infrastructure. Stratford now has two train stations, an underground and a variety of public transport options. The physical environment has changed too, with curated streets, ample lighting and pedestrianised areas across the district.


Take a look at the Aparthotel Adagio website to find out more.