Staybridge Suites has unveiled a new design for its future openings at the Business Travel Show in London.
Building on Staybridge Suites’ brand hallmarks, the stylish new communal spaces will offer even more places to work, meet or relax.
The flexible design and communal kitchen layout breaks down the barrier between hotel guests and staff, giving it a more home-like feel.
Room designs are kept neutral allowing guests the opportunity to personalise their space and make it their own, allowing them to feel even more at home when they stay at Staybridge Suites.
The new hotel design will enhance the guest experience as well as provide more flexibility.
Mike Greenup, vice president, brand management, Staybridge Suites, commented: “Staybridge Suites consistently scores highly in guest reviews but that doesn’t mean we want to rest on our laurels.
“As business travel needs change, so do our hotels.
“The new Staybridge Suites design was developed around guest insights, hotel feedback and key trends in hospitality, bringing an even more home-like feel to the brand.
“We can’t wait for guests to experience the new design at our openings later this year.”
Staybridge Suites is set to double its size in Europe over the next two years, opening seven new properties and entering new markets such as Poland, The Netherlands and Germany.
The upcoming openings will reflect the new design approach across guest rooms and public spaces.
The next opening in Europe for the global long-stay brand will be the 116 room Staybridge Suites Manchester – Oxford Road.
Due to open in spring, guests will be welcomed by a bright and contemporary lobby making them feel immediately at home.
Globally there are 255 Staybridge Suites hotels open – with 160 more in the pipeline.