The Peninsula London, one of the most-anticipated properties in the Belgravia neighbourhood is set to open later this year. Impeccably designed by Hopkins Architects to harmonise with surrounding heritage architecture, the newly-built hotel embodies a sleek, spacious aesthetic that fills with natural light. It is centred around an expansive courtyard, landscaped by world-renowned designer Enzo Enea in a classic English garden style.
Overlooking Hyde Park Corner and the Wellington Arch in Belgravia, the hotel’s British aesthetic is a result of special collaborations with some of the country’s most acclaimed artisans. The hotel’s rooms, suites, and public spaces feature architect Peter Marino’s sumptuous appointments and exclusive bespoke offerings from top British artisans, including Jenny Packham, Claude Bosi, Timothy Han and over 40 artists from The Royal Drawing School. Gastronomes will have many reasons to tease their tastebuds, especially at the standout restaurant of the hotel Brooklands, which will offer contemporary European cuisine from a Michelin-starred culinary team – as well as top-flight libations and cigars – in spaces inspired by the classic eras of British aviation and motorsport. The Peninsula Spa and Wellness Centre will offer an array of relaxation and well-being choices and the Wellness Portal will provide guests with in-room, access to wellness programmes. Guests who enjoy shopping can also browse the luxury boutiques that comprise the hotel’s opulent ground-floor retail arcade.
WHAT: The Peninsula London
WHERE: London, UK