Housed in a refurbished 1970s development the new studio apartments have a modern kitchen with appliances including dishwashers, a living area with a sofa and flat screen TV, a private bathroom with shower, washing/drying machines and luxurious beds with Egyptian cotton linen.
All the apartments are regularly serviced by Urban Creation’s professional housekeeping team, and are readily accessible from Bristol’s main commercial hubs in the centre and north of the city. Guests can also benefit from free on-site parking.
The developer says it decided to expand into Alison Court following the success of its first foray into the serviced apartments sector at Beech House in Clifton, which now has 90% year-round occupancy.
The boutique apartments inhabit a renovated Victorian villa with period features, vintage and antique furniture, and a new contemporary mews building.
“I was always ambitious for Beech House but it has worked better than I could possibly have hoped so it made perfect sense to expand our serviced apartment operation at Alison Court,” says Urban Creation’s Director Jonathan Brecknell.
“These modern, low-maintenance apartments will appeal to a slightly different market and we anticipate them being popular with young professionals and people working as contractors, as well as more budget-conscious visitors wanting a stylish place they can call their home when they’re in Bristol.”