Serviced apartment brand Staycity to open two new Greenwich sites

17 February 2014 by
Serviced apartment brand Staycity to open two new Greenwich sites

Serviced apartment operator Staycity is to open two new hotels near Greenwich, London, as part of its Europe-wide expansion plans.

The first, on Greenwich High Road, is expected to open 1 May, while the second, near Deptford Bridge Station, is expected for 1 June.

Both sites are already taking bookings for their selection of studios and one-bed apartments for up to four people, starting at £67 per night. There are 161 apartments in total across the two sites.

The two hotels are part of four new openings this year, alongside properties in Lyon, France and Venice, Italy.

Staycity apartments can typically accommodate between two to six people, with each offering a kitchen, dining room/lounge and bathroom, as well as access to a 24-hour reception. There is also 24-hour WiFi, Freeview and Sky Sports television channels.

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