Supercity Apartments announce two new properties

02 December 2014 by
Supercity Apartments announce two new properties

Supercity Aparthotels is to grow its portfolio from three to five, with the opening of two new properties in London and Watford.

The group, which already has a presence in London in Earl's Court and Clerkenwell, will open its first property outside the capital in Watford. Located in the town centre, the building with 19 studio and 22 one-bedroom extended stay suites will open next year.

The second new aparthotel from Supercity, due to launch in 2016, will be located in the former home of the Jewish Chronicle newspaper in Chancery Lane. Planning permission is currently being sought to transform the property into 50 suites on the upper floors, which will be located above a gym, service offices and an existing pub.

Alexis Burton, managing director of Supercity Aparthotels, said the new acquisition are testament to the success and hard work of the Supercity Aparthotels team.

"With growing understanding and demand for aparthotels amongst business travellers and tourists alike, we're delighted to be growing and complimenting our existing portfolio in and around London," she explained.

Supercity Aparthotels rates start from £140 per night. Pictured here is the Roseberry, Supercity's 58-suite property in Clerkenwell.

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