The hotel residences boast a plush decor, with classic British design and oak timber flooring. More contemporary touches include tailored wall paneling, oversized stone bathrooms, Dartington glassware, and Royal Doulton china, making The Grosvenor House Apartments a home away from home. The apartments are the first exclusive hotel residences to be opened in London and offer discerning clientele a personalized service with luxurious amenities, full business services, and flexible accommodation.
Services include 24-hour concierge, daily maid service, at home business solutions with an executive boardroom, gym, 24-hour in-residence dining, secured wireless internet and exclusive access to at-home treatments from the Spa Illuminata. Located in the iconic Lutyens building, which is dated from the 1920s, it is comprised of 133 apartments ranging in price from £450 a night for a studio, to £11,000 for the five-bedroom penthouse (over 4,800 square feet). The Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living have four spacious and luxurious single strata penthouses on the top floor, a unique offering in London.
The apartments also have private lift access and their own separate state-of-the-art Poggenpohl kitchens, glamorous dining and sitting rooms, ideally sized for entertaining, as well as a study area, media room, and stylish bedrooms. The penthouses feature private balconies which enable residents to make the most of the impressive views over Park Lane and the rooftops of Mayfair. Residents may also request the use of a self-drive, Aston Martin Rapide house car.
Many of the remaining apartments overlook Hyde Park or Mayfair. Others have colonial-style shutters opening on to the striking new seven-story vaulted Atrium, which is available for residents and their guests for informal dining. The Butler service offers residents a personalized approach to the best in Mayfair and London, with a promise to respond to any request within five minutes, 24 hours a day.
For more details visit Jumeirah.com.
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