Six Senses to open a hotel in the heart of London in 2023

London is home to the most iconic buildings in the world. It can boast of more heritage properties than most countries which also makes it a sought-after holiday destination. Another legendary addition joining the bandwagon will be Six Senses London. The much-loved chain of hotels is finding a new home in bustling London at the exemplary building and former department store Whiteley. This also marks the debut of Six Senses in the United Kingdom. The hotel, wellness club, and spa will open its gates with 110 guest rooms and suites; the property will also include 14 branded residences that will allow owners to enjoy all the privileges that a Six Senses home is famed for, including bespoke interior design, concierge service, dining, housekeeping, and wellness programming. The spa will be a one-of-its-kind experience reminiscing the energies of London City. Highlights include 3,500 square feet (dedicated to fitness, a 65-foot indoor swimming pool, an Alchemy Bar, and a relaxation room with vaulted ceilings.

Speaking of Whiteleys, the heritage building and many of its parts will be preserved. The original Grade II façade, central courtyard, and dome will be preserved, as will the majestic internal staircase. The design team responsible for shaping the look of the new hotel is the internationally celebrated AvroKO in conjunction with executive architects EPR. The beautiful art deco building will continue to impress as it has for decades, along with the soothing six senses experience.

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