Inhabit Hotels to open second London property

02 July 2021 by
Inhabit Hotels to open second London property

Inhabit Hotels has announced it will be opening a second London property in the autumn in Paddington.

The new site will join Inhabit Southwick Street, which opened nearby in 2019, and will see a series of Georgian townhouses on Queens Gardens turned into a hotel. Holland Harvey Architects, Caitlin Henderson Design and art curator Culture A have collaborated with Inhabit to create the new space, which will have 159 bedrooms, including connecting family rooms and 10 suites.

The new hotel will have a wellness area with treatment rooms, a gym offering Peloton bike classes and a yoga studio on the lower ground floor. It will also offer morning meditation classes and host workshops, lectures and events around topics such as environmental responsibility, physical and emotional wellness and occupational enrichment. It will also have a partnership with Tokyo Bike so guests can rent bicycles and helmets during their stay.

The Green Key-certified, environmentally-focused brand has partnered with more than 20 social enterprises and small, "socially conscious" businesses on the new opening, including Self Care Co, Goldfinger, Be For Change, Globechain, Women Returners, Belu Water, Con-Serv, Who Gives a Crap and IQAir. Inhabit also said it was working towards B Corp accreditation for its Southwick Street property and will seek to do the same at the new hotel.

Nightly rates at the new property will start from £170, based on double occupancy.

Photo: Tim Evan Cook

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