Jumeirah opens new hotel concept in London
Dubai, February 8, 2012
Jumeirah Group, the Dubai-based luxury hospitality company and a member of Dubai Holding, is set to open a new concept in luxury accommodation on Park Lane in London.
'The Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living' will combine the services of a five-star Jumeirah hotel with the discretion and privacy of an exclusive Mayfair residence, appealing to high net worth individuals looking for a more private form of luxury and an immediate sense of home, said a company statement.
These are the first exclusive hotel residences to be opened in London and offer discerning clientele a highly personalised service with luxurious amenities, full business services and flexible accommodation.
The services include 24-hour Concierge, daily maid service, At Home Business Solutions with an executive boardroom, gym, 24-hour in-residence dining, secured access and Spa Illuminata At Home treatments.
Located in the iconic Lutyens building dating from the 1920s, it comprises 133 apartments which range in price from £450 a night for a studio through to £11,000 for the five bedroom penthouse (over 4,800 sq ft).
These units may be reserved for either short or long stays and are priced accordingly, said a Jumeirah statement.
They will appeal to business travellers, the international community, their families and those looking for a luxurious home away from home, in a prime location on Park Lane, it added.
These exclusive “hotel residences” have four spacious and luxurious single strata penthouses on the top floor, a unique offering in London.
They have private lift access and their own separate state-of-the-art Poggenpohl kitchens, glamorous dining and sitting rooms – ideally sized for entertaining - as well as a study area, media room and stylish bedrooms.
The penthouses feature private balconies which enable residents to make the most of the impressive views over Park Lane and the rooftops of Mayfair, as well as the use of a self-drive Aston Martin Rapide house car, it added.-TradeArabia News Service