Jumeirah Announces London Apartments

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Yet more news from the Jumeirah Group: The luxury hotel company will open a new luxury accommodation on Park Lane in London, to be called The Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living. Dubbed "hotel residences," these spaces, which can be reserved for either short or long stays, are reportedly set to appeal to high net worth individuals looking for "an immediate sense of home."

The Grosvenor House serviced apartments London are the first exclusive hotel residences to be opened in London. 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 Lutyens building (which goes back to the 1920s), the Residences will have 133 apartments including penthouses that stretch out over 4,800 square feet. These penthouses have private elevator access and their own separate Poggenpohl kitchens as well as separate dining and sitting rooms, a study area, media room and bedrooms. The penthouses also include private balconies with views over Park Lane and the rooftops of Mayfair, as well as the use of a self-drive Aston Martin Rapide house car.

The Butler service at the Mayfair apartments is on call 24/7, and will respond to any request within five minutes. Residents on the 7th and 8th floors have a team of on-call butlers who can handle just about anything, from packing and unpacking to weekly grocery shopping.

Reservations for Grosvenor House Apartments are currently being accepted, with a full opening on April 2.
 

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