A restoration project of some note houses these exquisite studio apartments spread over six floors of a luxury Georgian building. Contemporary stylings are sympathetically fused with classic and historically inspired touches resulting in a sumptuously furnished look throughout.
With tasteful interiors and cutting-edge technology well to the fore in each of the thirty apartments, the apart-hotel impeccably displays all that is good about today's modern design ethos. Conveniently situated in Kensington Gardens Square a popular spot in the highly fashionable Westbourne Grove, this residence is a short walking distance from Hyde Park, Bayswater and Notting Hill.
The West End famous theatre district can be reached within 5 to 10 minutes. The accommodation offers a home from home feel with well equipped kitchens containing all appliances and high quality home entertainment systems + high-speed internet access.
|Room-Type||Minimum Stay||*Rate / Night
|Studio||3||From £105.00 per night|
|Luxury Studio||3||From £125.00 per night|
|Executive Studio||3||From £155.00 per night|
Conveniently situated in Kensington Gardens Square a popular spot in the highly fashionable Westbourne Grove, Space Apart Hotel is a short walking distance from Hyde Park, Bayswater and Notting Hill.
The West End's famous theatre district can be reached within 5 to 10 minutes.
Located in the heartlands of the world's most cosmopolitan city, Space Apart Hotel ensures corporate travellers and visiting guests unrivalled access to some of London's most sought after cultural, commercial, social, artistic and architectural landmarks.
One of the World's foremost metropolitan parks, this 350 acre expanse of greenery can make you forget that you are right in the centre of London. Bordered by the upscale districts of Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Bayswater, it served as Henry VIII's private hunting ground in the late 16th Century and as such has been afforded Royal status up to this present day. Along the park's eastern edge, running roughly north to south is Park Lane which contains some of the capital's most glitzy addresses as well as world class hotels and head-turning luxury car showrooms. However the opposite end backs on to Kensington Gardens which is the site of the eponymously named Palace and imparts a more refined yet equally exclusive influence over the surrounding area.