UK: Located on Grosvenor Square, The Twenty Two has opened comprising 31 bedrooms, a mews house, all-day restaurant and private members club.
Proprietor Navid Mirtorabi has partnered with designer Natalia Miyar on the project, marking Miyar’s first hotel venture. Inspiration has been taken from 18th Century classical French design.
The Club is split across the ground and lower ground floors. Four exclusive spaces – The Living Room, The Dining Room, The Music Room and The Vault Bar – are reserved for members and hotel guests only.
Open daily, The Restaurant serves a British menu with a Mediterranean twist. The kitchen is spearheaded by executive chef Alan Christie. He said: “I wanted to create a restaurant where the menus flow harmoniously from breakfast to lunch to dinner, made up of dishes that evoke a subtle, comforting familiarity, some light and fresh, some indulgent, but all executed to the highest standards and with the best quality, seasonal ingredients.”
Managing director of The Twenty Two, Darius Namdar, said: “Our vision is to instil a more playful side to Mayfair. We want everyone who passes through The Twenty Two to experience exceptional service, be greeted with a smile and, most importantly, feel welcome and accepted, whilst enjoying the best hospitality London has to offer.”
Mirtorabi added: “My ambition for The Twenty Two was to create a space where the creative and the curious, in London and globally, can come together and feel welcome; a living room of sorts where guests feel inspired and at home in their surroundings.”