The Chilworth is set in a beautifully refurbished Georgian townhouse and provides an oasis of calm on one of the Capital’s characteristic tree lined streets, a short stroll from Hyde Park.
With an elegant yet informal atmosphere, the décor blends classical period features with sharp, contemporary design.
Every detail of the guest experience has been designed to provide the ultimate in personal service, from the hotel’s very own wellbeing ambassador to the pillow menu, which can be pre-selected prior to arrival.
In the restaurant, the carefully considered menus also draw on elements of health and wellbeing, reflecting a philosophy of nurturing the soul as well as the body, whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner. There is also a stylish bar for relaxing with pre- or post-dinner drinks, including signature cocktails.
The Chilworth’s compact urban spa features a jacuzzi, gym, steam room and an extensive range of treatments as well as a yoga suite and outdoor yoga classes (weather permitting) in nearby Hyde Park, where walking tours can also be arranged.
“We’re proud to play a part in the Paddington area’s renaissance by restoring a classic English townhouse as London’s newest boutique hotel,” comments Montcalm’s management. “We wanted to create somewhere our guests can feel a real sense of belonging whenever they’re in town, equally at home relaxing in the cosy bar or sociable lobby lounge as in their room.
“Enlightened luxury means looking after guests’ wellbeing too, so as well as an urban spa and gym, we’ve invested in amenities like a wellbeing ambassador, always on hand to help guests towards their lifestyle goals, even away from home.”
In a peaceful setting but with easy access to the West End, The Chilworth promises to be a popular choice for those who prefer smaller hotels with the personal touch, and a great addition to London’s boutique hotel scene.