Hotel Adeline, the highly-anticipated new boutique hotel in Scottsdale, Ariz., is now open. During its soft opening period, the hotel will offer limited service and 40 percent of its guestrooms will be available, while undergoing final preparations including the completion of its food and beverage offerings, pool, fitness center and meeting and event spaces. Guests may take advantage of the special “Get to Know Adeline” rate beginning at $115 per night, which is highly competitive during Scottsdale’s peak tourist season.
Developed by Los Angeles-based ESI Ventures and managed by New Orleans-based HRI Lodging, LLC, the 4.5-acre property makes its debut following a $12 million renovation. Hotel Adeline offers 213 guestrooms, including five spacious 700-square-foot king suites, featuring sleek and uncomplicated design. Details include modern wood furniture with a retro flair, handy built-in live edge work desks, mixed textures and geometric patterns, walk-in rainfall showers, 50-inch LG Smart TVs, RFID keyless room entry and complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel.
In the coming weeks, Hotel Adeline will debut its dining concepts including a full-service Mediterranean-American restaurant and lounge, a fast-casual breakfast and lunch café with a late-night grab-and-go bar and a trendy pool bar, all created in partnership with local restaurateur Ryan Jocque. Upon completion, Hotel Adeline’s 3,000-square-foot zero edge pool will be the centerpiece of the property, surrounded by 16 chic cabanas, spacious courtyards with cozy fire pits and a multi-purpose elevated deck. A state-of-the-art fitness center will offer guests the latest Precor cardio and strength training equipment.
Hotel Adeline is located at 5101 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Ariz. Steps away from all that Old Town Scottsdale has to offer in restaurants, nightlife, shopping, art galleries, museums and outdoor recreation, Hotel Adeline’s nearby attractions include Scottsdale Fashion Square, Scottsdale Waterfront, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, spring training stadiums and Camelback Mountain.