If you know and love the reassuringly traditional Sloane Club, then you will be amazed by its apartments on Sloane Gardens. In a nearby late 19th-century red brick and stucco building, a mix of studios, one and two-bed apartments, 18 in all, have been created for both long and short stays. Expecting something nice and sensible? Even the most stiffly coiffed Sloane Club lady would find her hair standing on end at the shebang that Rosemary Earl, in-house interior designer, and EG Newell Interiors, based in San Francisco, concocted together: modern Art Deco with four different colour schemes of red, blue, aqua and taupe. With state-of-the-art streamlined, fully equipped Poggenpohl kitchens and hotel services (porter, concierge, room service, housekeeping), these apartments are for city slickers. Apartments by Sloane Club? More like Apartments by Beverly Hills. They are different and snazzy and will make you feel glam, for sure. Studios from £264.
Name to Know: The concierge Enrico, who has encyclopaedic restaurant knowledge and is always able to pull strings.
See: The Saatchi Gallery is just around the corner.
Eat: Head to legendary supermarket Partridges with your neighbourhood directory in-hand (giving you an exclusive discount) and prepare yourself a feast in your apartment.
Buy: The Sloane Club Spa is a treasure trove for skincare fans. Shop the range of Dermalogica and BioEffect skincare.
Want to find out more? Visit the hotel's website.
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