Inhabit: Hotel in London
Located near Hyde Park, the Inhabit hotel is dedicated to the art of ethical living and well-being.
A mindful London hotel
On Southwick Street, in the Paddington district, Nadira Lalji, a hotel owner whose family owns the Montcalm hotel brand, has refurbished six adjacent Georgian townhouses to create a cocoon-like place to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Inhabit is inspired by sustainable development in terms of well-being and a hygge state of mind. The hotel’s interiors, designed in collaboration with Holland and Harvey Architects and Caitlin Henderson Design, combine Scandinavian design influences with traditional British heritage and touches of oriental style.
The 88 rooms, divided into five categories, have a warm and homey atmosphere with a rather minimalist feel. The rooms are decorated in soothing neutral tones with custom-made furniture. The beds are furnished with eco-friendly mattresses and organic cotton sheets. There are String-style shelves, under-bed storage for suitcases, aromatherapy diffusers, and a cell phone box to promote a full night’s sleep. As for the bathrooms, they are equipped with Ren toiletries.
For dining, the hotel co-operates with Yeotown Kitchen, which serves nutritious herbal food and beverages in the hotel café on the first floor. Breakfast consists of fresh fruit smoothies and granola bowls. The hotel’s goal is to ultimately limit food waste.
Across from the reception, is a small lounge with a library and work area, where you’ll find shelves filled with books and lifestyle magazines. The hotel is equipped with anti-pollution air filtration systems, refillable glass bottles, meditation cabins, an infrared sauna, a yoga atrium, and a gym with indoor Peloton bikes.
At the Inhabit hotel everything is designed to put you at ease.
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Design and contemporary style
Double room from 110 € per night during low season.