Beaverbrook Town House – Chelsea, SW3

By CTH Editors

1 year ago

This sister hotel to Beaverbook in Surrey opened two years ago in a pair of restored Georgian townhouses and quickly became a not-so-secret Sloane Street hit. The ground floor is all about socialising: sipping cocktails in the Art Deco-detailed Sir Frank’s Bar (named after Sir Frank Lowe, creative director and curator of the capital-inspired artwork that is displayed, gallery-style, throughout) and tucking into sensational Japanese food in The Fuji Grill where traditional sushi and sashimi is served up alongside Beaverbrook signatures such as Popcorn Shrimp Tempura. There’s also The Butterfly Room, a private dining room for up to 12 guests, that offers access to an intimate, pretty terrace. Upstairs, each suite is named after a London theatre and has framed programmes of past productions on the walls. They are designed by Nicola Harding (she was behind the rooms at Beaverbrook’s Garden House) who has combined her trademark cosy fabrics and printed textiles with modern four-posters, fringed velvet sofas and bold contemporary colour palettes. Ask at reception and staff will lend you the key to Cadogan Gardens opposite for peaceful afternoon meandering.

Doubles from £510

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Beaverbrook Town House Sir Frank's Bar