The Twenty Two opens its doors on Grosvenor Square • Hotel Designs

The position of The Twenty Two is an integral part of the spirit and philosophy of the property. Located on the corner of North Audley Street and Grosvenor Square, the hotel is located in one of London’s most central locations, effortlessly becoming a meeting point halfway between East and West London . With an all-day restaurant and private club forming part of the destination on Grosvenor Square, echoing the brand’s core philosophy, the hotel aims to become London’s lounge for local residents and international guests.

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Attracted by the Parisian feel of the building’s exterior, owner Navid Mirtorabi’s execution of the project began six years before the opening and drove the creative vision from the start. Mirtorabi has chosen to partner with Natalia Miyar Atelier to bring her vision to life, on what will be her first hotel. They looked to classic 18th century French design to inspire the interior of the property, reinterpreted for modern times through rich, playful textures and custom upholstered pieces. This influenced choices at all levels; from minor details like gold fringe and velvet piping to statements like beveled mirrors that dance with both sparkling natural light and the warm reflections of evening glow.

guest bedroom in distinctive shades of blue with contrasting red bed detail

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“My ambition for The Twenty Two was to create a space where the creative and the curious, in London and around the world, can meet and feel welcome; a kind of living room where customers feel inspired and at home in their environment. said Navid Mirtorabi, owner of The Twenty Two.

the restaurant in iconic blue colors with a contrast of yellow chairs

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The restaurant, open to the public, features an all-day menu of British classics with a Mediterranean flair, led by Executive Chef Alan Christie, formerly of Arbutus and the Picture Restaurant Group. Christie has developed breakfast dishes to be an interpretation of modern classics as well as lunch and dinner menus that will change seasonally and offer a variety of dishes, boasting the best seasonal produce.

“I wanted to create a restaurant where the menus flow seamlessly from breakfast to lunch to dinner,” said Alan Christie, Executive Chef of Twenty Two. “A menu comprised of dishes that evoke a subtle, comforting familiarity, some light and fresh, others indulgent, but all executed to the highest standards and using the finest quality seasonal ingredients.”

The private area of ​​the Club is divided between the ground floor and the ground floor and includes four exclusive areas, reserved for hotel guests and guests: the lounge and the outdoor terrace overlooking Grosvenor Square, the dining room, the music room and the Vault bar. .

“Our vision is to inject a more playful side into Mayfair,” said Darius Namdar, Managing Director. “We want everyone who walks through The Twenty Two to experience exceptional service, be greeted with a smile and, above all, feel welcome and accepted, while enjoying the best hospitality London has to offer.”

loft-style bedroom with walls and ceiling covered with decorative wallpaper

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Along with the public restaurant and private club spaces, the beautifully designed and reimagined Edwardian mansion is home to 31 bedrooms and suites, including a Mews house. With its design for the creative and the curiousand an inventive mix of public and private spaces, The Twenty Two looks set to make its mark on London’s burgeoning boutique scene by opening its doors as a new luxury lifestyle destination.

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