An aparthotel in Glasgow has unveiled a 'stunning remodelling' featuring the city's heritage. 

Native Glasgow, which is part of the UK's leading aparthotel group Native Places, has announced an extensive remodelling project following a £1million investment.

Originally opened in 2018, the hotel is located on St Vincent Place in the city centre.

It is housed in a historic Edwardian building, formerly the headquarters of the Anchor Line Shipping Company, dating back to 1855.

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According to the company, the redesign pays homage to the building's rich maritime past and the luxurious aesthetics of 1920s ocean liners.

As part of the project, the premium studios are the first to be completed and they are available for guests to book now.

Full completion of the remodelling project is set to finish in spring 2024, including the top floor penthouses and a mix of one-bedroom apartments.

Originally constructed in the 19th century, the building is an A-listed masterpiece with its period features carefully preserved.

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The hotel firm says the redesign aims to seamlessly connect guests with the city's proud maritime history while embracing the contemporary vibrancy of Glasgow, its culture, creatives, and warm hospitality.

It also aims to display elegance, warmth, and an uplifting ambience.

Drawing inspiration from the Art Deco era, the colour palette, materials, and furnishings were meticulously selected to achieve a perfect blend of classic and contemporary styles, the hotel firm says.

The colour palette is a layered neutral base, enriched with accents of earthy greens and warm orangey rusts.

Native Glasgow also says the juxtaposition of botanical and geometric prints, including fabrics from Glasgow's own renowned textile designers Timorous Beasties, adds personality and pays homage to the city's unique character.

The finishing touch to the redesign is a curated artwork collection that captures the essence of Glasgow's heritage, including architecture and iconic venues.

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Olivia Immesi, CEO of Native Places, said: “Embarking on this remodelling journey has been a true labour of love for the team at Native Places.

"Our aim was to create an experience that not only transports guests through time but also connects them with the heart and soul of Glasgow.”

“The blend of classic elegance and contemporary flair reflects our commitment to offering a unique and memorable stay.

"We’re excited to welcome guests to the newly refurbished Native Glasgow, and for them to immerse themselves in the rich history and vibrant present of this marvellous city.”

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