UK: London’s first wellness hotel Inhabit, located in Paddington, has joined the handpicked and global portfolio of independent properties at Design Hotels and has been awarded Green Key certification.
Inhabit launched in 2019 with 88 guest rooms and is set across six Georgian townhouses on Southwick Street. The hotel has banned all single-use plastic, installed anti-pollution air filtration systems, infrared saunas, and even a meditation booth.
It’s Scandinavian-inspired interiors is the creation of architects Holland Harvey and designer Caitlin Henderson Design.
Ahead of its reopening on 1 October 2020, Inhabit has joined Design Hotels – a collection of over 300 privately owned and operated hotels that share a vision and passion for culturally rooted hospitality and cutting-edge design and architecture.
Additionally, Inhabit has achieved Green Key certification. The award is a standard for excellence in the field of environmental responsibility and sustainable operation, and represents a hotel’s promise to adhere to the criteria set by the Foundation of Environmental Education.
A digital version of the Inhabit’s wellness programme is due to be released in time for its reopening too. This is set to include Yeotown food and nutrition classes and recipe videos, a mindfulness podcast series, and online yoga classes.