The Athenaeum Hotel in London has opened new Townhouse Residences.
The new addition is a 14-bedroom living space, designed by acclaimed interiors expert Martin Hulbert.
Said to ‘ooze English eccentricity and charm’, the Townhouse Residences are located on a residential side-street, a turn from the Athenaeum’s main entrance and royal Green Park, in a mansion once owned by MP and arts patron Henry Hope.
Guests can choose from either one or two-bedroom residences, each with lounge and kitchenette, with a natural palette mixed with tones of warm amber and cool teal with flashes of Hulbert’s own Sussex landscapes and photography of Mayfair icons.
Drawing upon the Athenaeum’s Art-Deco influence; Herringbone, deep silks, plush velvets, copper and leather are used to create a stylish yet comfortable setting.
Large traditional fireplaces decorated with eclectic objets-de-art, are framed by stylish Gubi chairs to form the centerpiece to the Residence’s living spaces.
Bernard Murphy, general manager at the Athenaeum Hotel & Residences, says: “The Athenaeum’s ethos is to make every stay individual and personal. With our new Residences, guests have the perfect opportunity to truly curate and privatise their stay; from adapting their room configuration and enjoying a discreet, private entrance to choosing whether to prepare their own meals or letting the Michelin-starred Galvin brothers do it for them. We’re really excited to launch this development and see it being particularly successful in meeting the needs of our long-stay guests.”