Cycas Hospitality Brings New Brand - South Point Suites - to London's Bermondsey Village

London, London.Dec 06, 2017- 

Cycas Hospitality has launched a brand-new apartment-hotel concept in the buzzy neighbourhood of Bermondsey in London Bridge.

South Point Suites offers 101 studios and one-bedroom suites, all designed to offer the comforts of home for those staying in London for a long-term project, relocation or long holiday. The location is ten minutes walk from both London Bridge and Bermondsey stations, part of a flourishing neighbourhood with boutiques, restaurants, bars, parks, cinemas, barbers, cafes, art galleries and markets.

John Wagner, Founding Partner of Cycas Hospitality said:“What we have created with South Point Suites is a home for our guests in London Bridge’s friendliest neighbourhood:Bermondsey. Our team are fun, friendly, they know and love the area. We have already set up partnerships with interesting local suppliers so we can offer authentic and memorable experiences to our guests.”

Mark Gillings, Area General Manager for Cycas Hospitality said:“The new bespoke South Point Suites brand fits the trendy village vibe of Bermondsey perfectly and is close to some of the city’s best-loved bars and restaurants. It’s an attractive location for the cultured business traveller, who prizes the opportunity to enjoy local London life.”

South Point Suites-London Bridge has partnered with Bermondsey craft beer company Hiver, to offer Craft Beer Tasting experiences. Hiver use British ingredients and honey from urban beekeepers to create delicious honey-infused beer and ale.

South Point Suites-London Bridge is the first independent brand in the Cycas portfolio and has been created to reflect the best of their experience in affordable extended-stay properties.

The studios and suites have a fresh and contemporary feel, with everything guests need to make themselves feel at home including kitchen and living areas with dishwasher and grocery service, comfy beds, giant TVs, squishy sofas, and a 24/7 Grab n’Go Pantry. There’s even complimentary bed socks for lounging! High-speed Wi-Fi, gym and laundry facilities are all complimentary. Tasty hot and cold breakfast bars are available daily.

South Point Suites-London Bridge is one of four properties which Cycas Hospitality manage in London for Starwood Capital Group.

Hot on the heels of a multi-million-Euro strategic investment from Hua Kee (Thai family office and hotel owner and operator in Southeast Asia, Australia and Europe), Cycas is now the largest extended-stay operator in London and one of the fastest growing in Europe.

In London Cycas also manages;Staybridge Suites London-Stratford City, Staybridge Suites London-Vauxhall, Residence Inn London-London Bridge, Holiday Inn London-Stratford City and Hyatt Place London Heathrow Airport.

The company has six new properties currently under construction including Manchester and Amsterdam, adding over 1, 000 units to its portfolio by 2019. @southpointsuite

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Lisa Ronchetti
Tags:hotel apartment, hotel opening, London hotel, extended stay, aparthotel London, Cycas Hospitality, new hotel London

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