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Adagio access opens its first flagship aparthotel in Munich

A new concept and a new-look design

Aparthotel Adagio®, the European market leader in aparthotels, has today announced the opening of its first new-look Adagio access property. Opening in Munich on 21 November 2014, Adagio access München City Olympiapark, is the first Adagio access to be entirely redesigned, offering modular apartments that customers can adapt as they please. The new property will be the flagship Adagio access aparthotel and feature 160 apartments.

Adagio already has a presence in Munich with one Aparthotel Adagio (a midscale aparthotel) in the heart of the Bavarian capital, and is now developing its economic offer with Adagio access to match its customers’ specific needs. This additional offer, in one of Europe’s most dynamic centres of economic growth, demonstrates Adagio’s determination to optimise the services it provides.

Commenting on the opening, Vangelis Porikis, Director of Central and Northern Europe, said: “The European aparthotel market is an exciting one and Germany continues to be central to our growth across Europe. Munich is a city of business, culture and leisure and the opening of an economically accessible aparthotel Adagio access in the city provides further options to travellers looking for extended stays in this wonderful European city. This is our second Aparthotel in the city and our fourth property in Germany, with aparthotels in both Berlin and Cologne.

“With over 100 properties around the globe, Aparthotels Adagio aims to grow the network to 150 properties by 2016 and become the European reference and a global leader in aparthotels. Germany will play continue to play a key part in the Adagio story.”

The central theme of this new Adagio access is innovation. The first aparthotel of its kind heralds a new concept and defines a new approach to aesthetics, based on quality, comfort and modularity. The guiding principle behind its design is that of creating an apartment that clearly differentiates the lobby, kitchen and lounge areas, via interplays of colours, materials and connecting rooms. A first in the economy sector.

With a classical elegance - light and dark oak, parquet flooring - combined with modern “fashion and design” accessories - mirror, table, multi-function console, houndstooth curtains - the materials selected offer a timeless appeal, with classic tones of natural stone, light oak and “slate-look” black laminate.

The décor is graphic and visual, with colour and design touches throughout the apartment from the image adorning the wardrobe bed to the touch of colour on the sofa.

The furniture is modular, stylish and multi-functional: the bedside table can also be used as a coffee table, and for the first time, a wardrobe bed provides the occupants with two distinct living spaces: a sofa during the day, and a real bed at night.

The communal areas are urban in design, with shared spaces for guests to enjoy. The lobby area is spacious and of modular design: it can be used for dining, e.g. eating breakfast, or for staying connected, thanks to the public Wifi connection and power sockets. What’s more, a mini-market allows customers to purchase foods that they can then cook in their fully equipped kitchen.

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