London’s urban wellness hotel, Inhabit on Southwick Street, has announced it will reopen on 1st October 2020, offering a truly restorative experience for those travelling to the city. Set across six Georgian townhouses in Paddington, Inhabit launched in 2019 to provide travellers with a more conscious place to stay – all single-use plastic is banned, anti-pollution air filtration systems have been installed and meditation booths, infrared saunas and nature walks comes as standard. The reopening comes at a poignant time, following the hotel’s recent admission to Design Hotels, an exclusive and handpicked global portfolio of over 300 privately owned and operated hotels which share an aligned vision and passion for culturally rooted hospitality and cutting-edge design and architecture. The Scandinavian-inspired design matched with traditional British heritage and Eastern flair found at Inhabit encourages a peace of mind and is the creation of architects Holland Harvey and interior designer Caitlin Henderson Design. Across the world, Design Hotels member properties anchor a community of travellers united in the pursuit of inspired environment, genuine local culture, and transformative, boundary-pushing adventures. Additionally, the hotel has cemented its commitment to sustainable business practices having achieve Green Key certification. The award is a leading standard for excellence in the field of environmental responsibility and […]

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