Weymouth Mews, a collection of luxury serviced apartments, will open on June 18 in Marylebone.
The property is the latest addition to the Living Rooms collection, a series of design-led residences and hotels founded by Tracy Lowy which aim to “provide the seclusion and freedom of a private home, but with all the services and perks of a five-star hotel.”
Located in a modern Grade II listed industrial building, Weymouth Mews is a five-minute walk from Marylebone High Street and Great Portland Street.
Weymouth Mews offers seven apartments – four one-bed, two three-bed, and one two-bed – for short or long stays. Designed by architecture firm Morrow and Lorraine, the spacious apartments have been built to maximise natural light, and many have spacious outdoor living areas.
Interiors have been designed by Lowy and feature furniture from designers Willy Rizzo, Maurice Burke, Carl Jacobs and Frank Guille. The apartments have also been decorated in a selection of prints and commissioned pieces from Lowry’s artist and photographer friends.
Each apartment will have an iPad, complete with a neighbourhood guide, and a record player with a music collection chosen by industry icons.
Weymouth Mews will also have a dedicated 24-hour telephone concierge, bikes for exploring the local area, and access to local boutique gyms or personal trainers.
Weymouth Mews will be the fifth member of the Living Rooms collection, which includes The Laslett in Notting Hill, No.5 Maddox Street in Mayfair, Europa House in Little Venice and 56 Welbeck Street in Marylebone.