A new aparthotel in Stratford’s East Village, the Adagio London Stratford is an ideal launchpad for exploring East London.
Sun writer Charlie took a look to find out what the room’s were like, what there is to do and what else is nearby.
Where is Adagio London Stratford?
It’s opposite Stratford International train station, which has great links to Kent and St Pancras International.
Leyton tube station is also less than 20-minutes walk away.
What is Adagio London Stratford like?
Adagio London Stratford is made up of 100 two-person studios and 36 four-person flats, all well-equipped with everything you need for an overnight stay or much longer.
It has underground parking and a place to do laundry in the basement, next to the small but perfectly formed gym.
You can even borrow a toaster or a toastie maker from reception to expand your kitchen repertoire, or pass the time in the bar area with a game of table football.
What is there to do at Adagio London Stratford?
Adagio’s real strength is its location. One stop away on the Overground is the hipster hotbed and craft-beer heaven of Hackney Wick, a vibrant labyrinth of low-fi bars, graffitied tap-rooms and copper-piped microbreweries.
It’s the polar opposite of Westfield with its big-name brands, shiny boutiques and chain restaurants.
Hackney itself is a couple of stops further on too.
What is there to eat and drink at Adagio London Stratford?
Each apartment has a kitchen if you plan to selfcater and there is no restaurant (although brekkie options are available).
On a Sunday evening, when the mall shuts, you will need to look further afield.
What are the rooms like at Adagio London Stratford?
Rooms have pristine bathrooms, air-con and absurdly comfortable beds.
The decor is stylishly minimalist – expect wooden furniture and pops of colour.
There are flatscreen TVs in the living room and the bedroom – or direct your attention to the window for some astonishing views of the capital.
How much is Adagio London Stratford?
Apartments start from £80 per night for two or £100 for a party of four. See adagio-city.com.
Is Adagio London Stratford family-friendly?
Yes. There are several apartments that sleep two in a double bed, plus two on a sofa bed.
Is there access for guests with disabilites?
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