IHG's Staybridge Suites opens in London's Vauxhall

28 January 2015 by
IHG's Staybridge Suites opens in London's Vauxhall

Located just off the Albert Embankment, the property features 93 suites, each featuring a kitchen, LED TV and work area, as well as free Wi-Fi throughout.

There is also a fitness room, business centre, laundry room and 24-hour convenience store, the Pantry.

Staybridge Suites London Vauxhall is owned by Spring Mews (Hotel) Ltd, a subsidiary of property investment company CLS Holdings, and operated under a franchise agreement with IHG by Cycas Hospitality.

John Wagner, director of Cycas Hospitality, which also operates Staybridge Suites in Liverpool and Stratford, London, described the brand as somewhere you live temporarily rather than stay for night or two.

"Guests are encouraged to settle in and unwind by the fireplace in the lounge. Meet Waggers, our hotel dog who will greet you after a hard day in the office," he said. "Mingle over complimentary drinks and snacks at the social held every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Even the complimentary breakfast is a 'make yourself at home' experience served daily in the Kitchen."

IHG launched Staybridge Suites in 2005 and was the first global hotel company to launch service apartments in the UK. In addition to the Vauxhall property, there are now five Staybridge Suites in Europe - Liverpool, Newcastle, Stratford, Birmingham and St.Petersburg , with a further three in the pipeline.

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