Designer Martin Hulbert has thrown back the curtain of a 14-guestroom pied-a-terre townhouse residences in London…
In the heart of London’s Mayfair overlooking Green Park, the iconic Athenaeum Hotel & Residences unveils the new five-star home from home Townhouse Residences. The 14-bedroom pied-a-terre invites residents to move in and enjoy London, as only Londoners do.
Located on a light-dappled residential side-street, a turn from the Athenaeum’s main entrance and royal Green Park, the elegant mansion, once owned by MP and arts patron Henry Hope now boasts 14 guestrooms.
Designed by the award-winning Martin Hulbert; the creative visionary behind The Grove Hotel, Coworth Park, Barnsley House, Chewton Glen Treehouses and Cliveden; the Townhouse Residences offer space, light and copious amounts of English charm. Hulbert’s elegant, natural palette is punctuated by contrasting tones of warm amber and cool teal which complement the natural light flooding the 37ft bay windows, along with flashes of eccentric British brilliance including Hulbert’s own Sussex landscapes and photography of Mayfair icons.
Drawing upon the Athenaeum’s Art-Deco influence; Herringbone, deep silks, plush velvets, copper and leather are abundant and used to create a stylish yet supremely comfortable setting. Large traditional fireplaces decorated with eclectic objets-de-art, are framed by stylish Gubi chairs to form the centerpiece to the Residence’s living spaces.
“The history of the property and location have been a major source of inspiration,” Hulbert explains. “The design aesthetic is classically English with eccentric touches and creates a feeling of space, light and views, with plenty of nods to Mayfair and Green Park. Whilst at the hotel we are dealing with predominantly functional spaces, with the Residences we want to create a home from home and imbue the space with personality adding plenty of bespoke touches and ensuring the lighting is just right.”
“With our new Residences, guests have the perfect opportunity to truly curate and privatise their stay; from adapting their room configuration and enjoying a discreet, private entrance to choosing whether to prepare their own meals or letting the Michelin-starred Galvin brothers do it for them,” says Athenaeum Hotel & Residences’ general manager, Bernard Murphy. We’re really excited to launch this development and see it being particularly successful in meeting the needs of our long-stay guests”.
Technology is intuitive and discreet with 55-inch televisions, Bose bespoke charging docks for the room controls and conveniently located internationally compatible sockets.