Eccleston Square Hotel opens new Town House as trailblazing young director warns of industry ‘complacency’

Eccleston Square Hotel in London has opened a new Town House to add a new accommodation stem to its inventory.

The newly-restored Grade-II listed property, situated in Belgravia 500 metres from the hotel itself, is the brainchild of Olivia Byrne, director of Eccleston Square Hotel who says that never being complacent in this fast-paced industry is crucial.

The new property, which is targeted towards more medium- and long-stay consumers, is spread across three stories and can sleep up to four in two ensuite bedrooms furnished with Swedish Hastens Beds.

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There is also a dining room, open plan kitchen and living room equipped with SkyQ and Apple TV.

The renovated property dates back to 1835 and can only be booked exclusively via Eccleston Square Hotel’s engine.

“In an industry like travel which is forever innovating, it is imperative to never be complacent,” says Olivia Byrne, director of Eccleston Square Hotel. “The Town House offers a hybrid accommodation solution – combining the convenience and competitive pricing of a house through the ‘sharing economy’, with the solid surety and quality of booking through an award-winning hotel.

“Eccleston Square Hotel has 39 beautiful rooms, it’s a very unique boutique hotel and availability disappears very quickly,” she adds. “Acquiring the entire inventory of The Town House means we have even more room types and accommodation options to offer our guests.”

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