IHG’s Six Senses has revealed the first images of the residences which will open with the brand’s first London property next year.
Plans for the Six Senses London property were first announced in 2019, with the 110-room, 14-residence development being housed within the former Whiteleys department store in Bayswater.
Customers can register interest in the one and two-bedroom residences, which will share facilities with the hotel when it opens in late 2023.
There will be a 20-metre swimming pool, indoor Padel court, fitness centre, steam room, sauna and Six Senses spa, alongside a bar and all-day dining restaurant with open kitchen and indoor and out door seating.
Residents will also be able avail of childcare services, as well as a dedicated members’ club with wellness rooms, meeting spaces and a restaurant.
The fully furnished residences are being created by design firm Avroko, and owners will have the option of adding them to the hotel inventory for up to 90 days to generate a revenue stream.
Six Senses London forms part of the wider redevelopment of the building on Queensway, which will offer over 100,000 sqm of shopping, dining, fitness and hotel space.
The Six Senses hotel and residences will be located at the Westbourne Grove end of the scheme, and will incorporate modern architecture with the heritage structure.
The development is itself part of a wider £3 billion regeneration of the area, which will see Queensway transformed in the coming years and a new entrance added to Hyde Park.