Scottsdale boutique Hotel Adeline to open in early 2018

The former Scottsdale Inn, a 4.5-acre property in Arizona, is undergoing a $12-million renovation and will reopen as the Hotel Adeline in early 2018. The hotel is being developed by Los Angeles-based ESI Ventures and will be managed by New Orleans-based HRI Lodging. Design services were provided by Studio 11 Design.

Hotel Adeline will have 213 guestrooms, including five 700-square-foot king suites. Details will include wood furniture with a retro flair, work desks, walk-in rainfall showers, 50-inch LG Smart TVs, RFID keyless room entry and Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel.

The property’s interior design will be contemporary with a "bohemian twist," as the company describes it, with a neutral color palette. Accents throughout the hotel will include a mix of textures, furniture groupings of leather and wooden pieces atop geometric patterned rugs, metallic fixtures and finishes, and Arizona influenced artwork.


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Communal spaces will include the lobby, restaurant and lounge, pool and pool bar, outdoor courtyards and public areas. Hotel Adeline’s 3,000-square-foot zero edge pool and pool bar will be the centerpiece of the property, surrounded by cabanas and courtyards with lawn games and loungers. There will also be an elevated deck and fitness center.

Dining options will include a Mediterranean-American restaurant and lounge, breakfast and lunch café, and bar.

For events, Hotel Adeline will have a 1,800-square-foot ballroom with a center divider that seats up to 100 guests, and a boardroom accommodating up to 12. The property’s poolside courtyard will also be available for hosting events.

Shaun Baker is the general manager of Hotel Adeline.

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