London’s Grosvenor Square will welcome a new hotel, restaurant and private members’ club next year.

The Twenty Two will be housed with a Grade II listed Edwardian manor on Grosvenor Square, and will feature interior design by designer Natalia Miyar, with “rich textured fabrics, elegantly embroidered silks, lavish velvets and bespoke wallpapers”.

The property will offer 31 rooms and suites, as well as an all day dining public restaurant serving “modern-British menus with influence from southern Europe”.

Hotel guests will have access to the private members’ club, which will offer an all-day lounge space with a bar and open outdoor terrace overlooking Grosvenor Square, as well as a cocktail bar, and an evening dining room with a covered outdoor terrace.

The Twenty Two will join a number of prestigious hotels on Grosvenor Square, including The Biltmore Mayfair (part of Hilton’s LXR brand), the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, and Rosewood’s forthcoming The Chancery.

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Commenting on the news hotelier and investor Navid Mirtorabi, said:

“We want to redefine the traditional Mayfair hotel and club by bringing a new community to this iconic part of the city.

“To create a space where people can come together and feel welcome, regardless of where they come from, what their profession is and what they choose to wear.

“London is a melting pot of creative people from all cultural backgrounds and we want to celebrate that at The Twenty Two.”