Soho’s luxury hotel, W London has unveiled the capital’s ultimate experience in urbane living – The Residences at W London – Leicester Square.
A retreat from the commotion of the city, The Residences are claimed to offer exquisitely designed apartments complete with sophisticated services and facilities to guests of W London – Leicester Square. Situated on the hotel’s 8th floor, The Residences provide views across the London skyline.
Claimed to be the No.1 in W1, The Residences at W London comprise 11 exclusive two-bedroom and three-bedroom duplex penthouses. Ranging from 1,125 sq ft to 1,890 sq ft, the newly remodelled apartments have been furnished with a mix of both personalised pieces and classic designs. The kitchen of each penthouse is fitted with state-of-the-art Gaggenau equipment, and the bathrooms are said to be top class in function and refinement.
The Residences offers free access to the W’s signature Whatever/Whenever 24-hour concierge service, and also offers 20 percent off the Spice Market and the W Lounge menus. Guests at The Residences also have access to priority treatment bookings at the AWAY Spa.
Ian Ciappara, general manager, W London – Leicester Square said, ‘The Residences at W London are designed to offer long-stay guests the perfect combination of a luxury apartment in the heart of Soho complete with preferred access to all the events and personal services at W London.’
Commenting on the interior design, Sirin Lewendon of Garuda Design, said, ‘Overlooking the cinematic red carpets of Leicester Square we wanted to give the interior of The Residences at W the same Hollywood touch. Each penthouse apartment is filled with luxurious fabrics, beautiful bespoke furniture and lighting that sparkles with brilliant finish, to ensure every space oozes star quality and comfort.’
With over 13 years of operation, W Hotels has 43 hotels and retreats, including 15 W-branded residences, in the most vibrant cities and exotic destinations around the world. The design-led brand is on track to reach 60 hotels by the end of 2015.