Hotel Adeline debuts ‘contemporary with a bohemian twist’ look following $13M renovation

In Old Town Scottsdale, Ariz., the Hotel Adeline has reopened following a $13 million renovation.

Studio 11 Design oversaw the interiors during the redevelopment.

The 4.5-acre property now has 213 guestrooms, including five 700-square-foot king suites. Hotel Adeline’s interior design is contemporary with a bohemian twist, featuring a neutral color palette. Accents throughout the hotel include a mix of textures, furniture groupings of leather and wooden pieces atop geometric patterned rugs, metallic fixtures and Arizona influenced artwork. Additional details include wood furniture with a retro flair, built-in live edge work desks, walk-in rainfall showers, 50-inch LG Smart TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel.


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For dining, Hotel Adeline has Selfmade, Good & Proper and Freestyle.

Hotel Adeline’s 3,000-square-foot zero-edge pool is the centerpiece of the property. It has a view of Camelback Mountain, 16 cabanas, a fire pit and courtyards with lawn games. At the center of it all is Freestyle, the hotel’s pool bar.

Hotel Adeline has a variety of indoor and outdoor event spaces. The 1,800-square-foot Hayden Ballroom can accommodate up to 120 guests and has a center room divider to section off the space for smaller groups. Basil Boardroom, the hotel’s 345-square-foot boardroom, accommodates up to 12. Both spaces have full AV capabilities. Totaling 2,200 square-feet, the pool deck space can accommodate up to 150 guests.

Hotel Adeline similarly has a fitness center and the pool’s elevated deck for outdoor yoga classes.

The property was developed by Los Angeles-based ESI Ventures and managed by New Orleans-based HRI Lodging.

Photo credit: Hotel Adeline

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