UK: Inhabit Hotels will soft open Inhabit Queen’s Gardens on Friday 29 April, marking the second property in London from the group.
Set across mid-19th Century townhouses near Lancaster Gate, Inhabit Queen’s Gardens features 158 rooms. Holland Harvey Architects, Caitlin Henderson Design and art curators Culture A have collaborated on the project.
Rooms come with a phone lock-box integrated into bedside tables, a TV with a meditation channel, aromatherapy bottles, Naturalmat mattresses, and refillable toiletries from certified B Corp brand Skandinavisk.
There are 10 Queen’s Suites which offer a king-size bed, neighbourhood and garden views, and a free-standing bathtub.
Other hotel amenities include a 70-cover vegetarian restaurant and bar, lounge areas, a library, and subterranean wellness area with treatment rooms, a fitness suite and yoga studio.
Restaurant Yeotown, in collaboration with Devon health retreat Yeotown, will serve a Californian-inspired menu and the bar will focus on organic and natural wines and small UK spirit producers.
‘Inhale at Inhabit’ is the hotel’s wellness centre. It will host a programme of daily activities including complimentary meditation classes, yoga and pilates. The gym comes equipped with Peloton Bikes and the treatment rooms offer GAIA products – the first hotel in London to do so.
Inhabit Hotels is working towards B Corps certification with a goal of being among the first hotel groups in the UK to achieve this accreditation.