The Sloane Club opens sister property with former Savoy Chef at helm of kitchen

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New boutique hotel, Sloane Place has now opened, marking the launch of the sister property to The Sloane Club in Chelsea.

The 27-bedroom hotel spread across five storeys on Lower Sloane Street is situated next door to the Sloane Club, which celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2022.

Sloane Place is home to a ground-floor 50-cover restaurant headed up by executive chef, Bernhard Mayer (formerly of The Savoy and Four Seasons, Park Lane) and head chef, Maryono Maryono.

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The new hotel also features The Hideaway basement bar and roof terrace and has been designed by JSJ Design.

The Sloane Club was acquired by Queensway, a family-owned hospitality company, in 2017, starting a new era for the club that included the launch of Sloane Place.

The new hotel was originally soft launched pre-Covid in 2019.

Founded originally in 1922 by Princess Helena, Queen Victoria’s daughter, The Sloane Club was opened as the Service Women’s Club exclusively for women in the forces and gentlemen not allowed entry until the 1960s.

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