Staycity Aparthotels has announced it will open six new properties between 2019 and 2020 in the wake of ‘significant’ growth for the company.
Finance director Colm Whooley said Staycity expects turnover in 2017 to have grown by 25 per cent and that it plans to operate 15,000 apartments by 2022. He commented that Staycity remains optimistic in the face of Brexit and has developed a strategy to grow across multiple markets.
New locations for 2019 include a 284-apartment site near Disneyland Paris, a property in the Venetian mainland suburb of Mestre, the first Wilde Aparthotel within Charlie Living – one of several new buildings located at the former Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin – a 50-key property on Dublin’s Chancery Lane and a third Manchester site in St Peter’s Square.
Meanwhile, 2020 will see the opening of a further 142 apartments in Dublin’s Mark Street.
Tom Walsh, founder and CEO of Staycity, commented: “These aparthotels are all in fantastic locations and offer exciting opportunities for us to grow our brand and our estate. The company now has the right team in place to enable and facilitate this expansion, although we look forward to recruiting locally for each of our new properties over the course of the next 12 months.”