UK: Following the revamp of two Georgian townhouses on Sloane Street in London, Beaverbrook Town House will open this September.
Spanning 15,000 square feet, the hotel comprises 14 suites, a 60-cover Japanese restaurant and bar, a meeting room, private events room, and a garden reserved for corporate functions and private hire.
It will join sister property Beaverbrook, located in Surrey.
The renovation of the two townhouses was overseen by Beaverbrook’s creative director Frank Lowe and designer Nicola Harding.
Harding sourced fabrics, furnishings and fittings from London-based suppliers, including antique chairs from Howe, cushions by Penny Worrall, lampshades by Rosi de Ruig, lighting from Vaughan Designs, ironmongery by Joseph Giles and trimmings from Samuel & Sons.
Restaurant general manager Trudi Fairweather will oversee the property’s dining venue, Fuji Grill and Omakase Sushi Bar, led by head chef Alex Del. Beaverbrook’s head sommelier Giovanni Tallu, who opened Beaverbrook in 2017, curated the wine list.
Beaverbrook Town House is Beaverbrook’s first partnership with Cadogan – a family business, property manager, investor and developer. The project forms part of Cadogan’s strategy to strengthen Sloane Street’s position as a shopping destination. A further £40 million investment programme is underway to ‘green’ the street.
News of the partnership and the launch of Beaverbrook Town House was first announced in August last year.