UAE: The Aparthotel Adagio Dubai Deira features 189 furnished units, ranging from studios to two-bedroom apartments.
The property was built by Ithra Dubai, the developer behind the Deira Enrichment Project and Gold Souq extension.
The Deira Enrichment Project (DEP) is transforming one of Dubai’s oldest high-density living spaces. Phase 1 of the project has created a series of mid-rise apartment buildings that are being leased out. The masterplan for the area aims to update Deira’s waterfront area while retaining its heritage concepts such as the original Gold Souq.
“Dubai has seen a rise in the number of business tourists who often stay for several weeks if not a few months,” said Robin Solomon, hotel manager of Aparthotel Adagio Dubai Deira. “With the Expo later this year, this number will only increase. Moreover, leisure tourism has also been on the rise owing to a lot of international borders being closed and tourists opting to stay in Dubai for longer durations instead.”
“Staying in a hotel might not be the most ideal option considering the high prices,” said Solomon. “Or even limitations when it comes to having a living space such as lack of a kitchen or living room or even a separate working area. This can be overlooked when staying for a shorter period of time. However, when it comes to longer stays, it becomes more and more important to have these dedicated living spaces,” he added.