Luxury hospitality company, Cheval Collection, is to open its new London flagship property in February 2020 after a two-year renovation programme.
The group, which comprises seven serviced apartment residences across London, will launch Cheval Gloucester Park in West London after a multi-million pound refurbishment.
The new property will comprise 98 bedrooms across 10 floors, featuring a combination of one, two and three bedroom apartments as well as three five-bedroom penthouses on the upper floors.
The building was stripped back to brick by architects 3D Reid and Cheval’s design team has collaborated with London based design studio 1508 on the complete interior re-design of Cheval Gloucester Park, with a focus on 1920’s London.
As well a modernised design and renovated ground-floor reception, there is also a 12-seater cinema room and expanded fitness space.
George Westwell, CEO of Cheval Collection, said: “The entire team at Cheval Collection is extremely excited about the re-opening of Cheval Gloucester Park and this chic, modern and welcoming property will be a testament to the Cheval brand, our flagship property in West London.”
The team at Cheval Gloucester Park is led by general manager Allison Mitchell.
Cheval Collection has recently collaborated with chef service La Belle Assiette, to offer guests the opportunity to book a private chef in their own apartment.
Guests can also choose to have dishes delivered direct to their apartment from restaurants with Night Room Service, arrange a selection of in-apartment spa treatments and fitness activities with Viva Therapies, and take transfers in BMW 7 and Mercedes S-Class with ARP Cars.