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Staycity adds 125 apartments to Heathrow site

Next month (1 March) Staycity will open the doors to a further 125 apartments at its popular London Heathrow site with the addition of a guest lounge and café on the ground floor and breakfast area and terrace on the podium level.
The extension to Staycity Heathrow sees the fast-growing aparthotel operator moving into its neighbouring property, giving it a total of 269 studios, one- and two-bed apartments.


Staycity Heathrow is the second location to include a dedicated lounge area offering somewhere to work, meet and eat. The ground floor café, which will be open to nonresidents, will sell tea and ground coffee with Continental breakfasts and light lunches also available. As well as the café and lounge Staycity Heathrow also has a fitness room, guest laundry, luggage lockers and car park.

Staycity London Heathrow first opened in May 2012 and has become a popular stopover for both business travellers flying into and out of the UK and leisure guests, boasting an average occupancy of 85%.

“We have had a high level of interest in Heathrow since we opened,” commented Staycity CEO and founder Tom Walsh. “There is a strong demand from those travelling in and out of Heathrow as well as those taking the mainline rail out of London Paddington and people working with or visiting the many businesses in the area.”

The apartments are a one-minute walk from Hayes & Harlington rail service, with a 12- minute service into Heathrow’s terminals. Earlier this month Staycity opened 170 new apartments in Birmingham’s Newhall Square, the company’s second site in the city and within walking distance of the National Indoor Arena, Birmingham New Street train station, and the Bullring Shopping Centre.

Staycity serviced apartments and aparthotels can now be found in eight major cities across the UK and Europe. The company’s European expansion plans will take it from 1,000 apartments to 3,500 over the next 24 months.

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