Scottsdale Inn to get a boutique hotel makeover

George Sell By George Sell
09 June 2017 | Updated 09 June 2017

US: Arizona’s Scottsdale Inn is to be rebranded as Hotel Adeline when it reopens in the autumn.

The 4.5 acre property is undergoing a $12 million renovation and is being developed by Los Angeles-based ESI Ventures. It will be managed by New Orleans-based HRI Lodging, LLC. The property will be transformed into "a contemporary urban retreat that will attract savvy leisure and business travellers, as well as locals, who crave a vibrant social experience".  

"We saw an opportunity to bring a property with more of a downtown vibe to Old Town," said Shaun Baker, general manager of Hotel Adeline. "In addition to being a stylish and conveniently-located destination for visitors, we envision Hotel Adeline becoming a new hangout for locals. We're thrilled to introduce the new concept to Scottsdale."

"As the first hotel property in our development portfolio, a great deal of research and thought went into selecting the right project," said Brandon Wolsic, executive vice president of ESI Ventures. "Hotel Adeline's prime location was attractive to us and our plans for redevelopment will make it a valuable addition to Scottsdale's hospitality offerings."

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