Luxury serviced apartment brand Cheval Collection will re-open the Cheval Gloucester Park in February, following a multi-million pound refurbishment.
The 98-key Kensington property has a mix of one-, two- and three-bed apartments, as well as three 232-sqm, five-bedroom penthouses on the upper floors.
The interior of the building was completely gutted and rebuilt by architecture firm 3D Reid. Agency 1508 led the redesign, creating a marble-floored entrance leading to a living room and reading areas.
Apartments are in forest green and navy blue with gold accents. They feature Lee Broom pendant lights, Porta Romana lamps, Gubbi chairs, Hermes fabrics, timber floors, Nespresso machines, Miele kitchen appliances, and underfloor heating in the marbled bathrooms.
Bespoke artwork has been commissioned for the property, with pieces by artist Sophie Derrick, photographers Matthew Farrar and Astrid Harrisson, and sculptor Rod Mireau.
The property has also added a 12-seat cinema room and large gym.
It offers a 24-hour concierge, cleaning services and linen/towel changes.
Guests receive a welcome hamper containing basics and “a few luxuries”, and have the option to book a private chef, order dishes to their room, get a spa treatment or book transfers with ARP Cars.
Cheval Collection has seven serviced apartments across London.
CEO George Westwell commented:
“The entire team at Cheval Collection is extremely excited about the re-opening of Cheval Gloucester Park and this chic, modern and welcoming property will be a testament to the Cheval brand, our flagship property in West London.
“The apartments are superbly located, just moments from the Royal Parks, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Royal Albert Hall and buzzing South Kensington, with easy access to public transport from Gloucester Road Underground station, and the Residence has secure underground parking available.”