Supercity Aparthotels add Brighton property to aparthotel portfolio

Supercity Aparthotels add Brighton property to aparthotel portfolio

BY SuperCity Aparthotels 09-01-2024

In a move to grow their business into prime UK markets, serviced apartment specialists, Supercity Aparthotels have purchased a 26,372 sq. ft city centre site in Brighton, adding to their current portfolio of three London aparthotels.

The location, which was the former site of Brighton’s ice-skating rink will boast 59 apartments and a restaurant, across 4 storeys.


Located in the heart of Brighton on Queen Square, between the seafront and Brighton railway station, the property is in a prime position to benefit from tourists, London commuters and business travellers alike.

‘We’re excited to open our first development outside of London and it was only right that it be in a UK city that is not only a leading cultural centre, but also recognised as one of the UK’s most diverse and liveable cities.

‘With major occupiers from the finance and media industries having sizable presence, it has long been recognised that Brighton’s cosmopolitan corporate arena is growing rapidly, yet currently only 6 serviced apartments are available in close proximity. Supercity Aparthotels aim to fill the growing demand for serviced apartments in the area with our brand new development, which is set to open in 2018.’ Alexis Burton, Managing Director, Supercity Aparthotels

The new aparthotel will house stylish and sophisticated apartments, a gym, full service restaurant, car and bicycle parking facilities, complimentary wifi, housekeeping service and a friendly and dedicated team providing a tailored service as standard.

Surrounded by leading retailers, restaurants and nightlife venues and in easy walking distance of the seafront and pier, railway station and historic The Lanes, as well as its proximity to London, Brighton was a natural choice for the future of Supercity Aparthotels and further supports their ambitious plans to grow their presence in leading cities.

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