A new 27-bedroom hotel and café bar has opened in London, adjoining Chelsea’s The Sloane Club.
Officially opening its doors today, Sloane Place is part of a five-storey red-brick Victorian building which has been remodelled and divided to create a separate venture.
Work on the project started in February 2018, a year after The Sloane Club was acquired by Queensway.
From the original building, around 30 bedrooms were allocated for the hotel, alongside smaller underutilised meeting rooms.
Led by JSJ Design, the space was remodelled, renovated and refurbished, creating 15 bedrooms, 13 luxury suites, a multi-functional 50-seater café-bar-restaurant and lower ground floor bar.
JSJ Designer, Simeon Thompson said:“The concept for the café-bar evolved to become a venue in its own right, with short backed seats and clever use of colour, soft eclectic furniture to create an open, sociable space. In the décor, we’ve combined hints of luxury, with elements of nature in a nod to Chelsea past and present.”
The restaurant space is headed up by executive chef Bernhard Mayer, who boasts experience with the likes of The Savoy, Four Seasons Park Lane Hotel.