With 158 restorative bedrooms set across a crescent of mid-19th century townhouses in the London neighbourhood of Bayswater, Inhabit Queen’s Gardens is a boutique hotel with calmness and wellbeing at its core.
Designed by Holland Harvey and Caitlin Henderson Design, the property features serene colour schemes and natural materials, guest rooms and public spaces created with a passion for well-being and living in a way that supports a healthy mind and body, as well as modelling responsible hospitality practices.
Bedrooms prioritise sleep with decor that fuses Scandi, British and Eastern elements, whilst tranquil communal areas include comfortable lounge areas, a noise-free library, 70-cover plant-heavy-menu restaurant and bar, and a subterranean wellness area provides treatment rooms, a fitness suite and yoga studio. With a genuine commitment to environmental initiatives and meaningful community partnerships, more than 30 makers and artists collaborated to make Inhabit Queen’s Gardens a reality.
Food here is in collaboration with award-winning Devon health retreat, Yeotown, who have conceived a 70-cover restaurant that serves up an all-day menu in a light and airy space that represents a whole new concept for the neighbourhood. With a beautiful marble bar, furniture from social enterprise Goldfinger, expansive windows, curated artwork and design pieces from independent makers, it’s a perfect spot with around the day flexibility for diners, guests or coworkers. The menu is inspired by the healthy living Californian lifestyle, and is proudly meat-free, as well as being free from dairy and refined sugars, and largely gluten-free.
The second outpost from the brand founded on the belief that design should have a positive social impact, Inhabit Queen’s Gardens joins sister property Inhabit Southwick Street in offering the modern traveller a holistic experience that seeks to imbibe calm from the moment you cross its threshold.