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  • Food & Drink

    Restaurant and library lounge

  • Spa & Recreation

    Curated wellness program

  • Conference & Meetings

    Co-working and meeting space

  • Food & Drink

    Restaurant and library lounge

  • Spa & Recreation

    Curated wellness program

  • Conference & Meetings

    Co-working and meeting space

A commitment to wellbeing can be seen around every corner, from the Scandinavian inspired design to the Californian menu at Yeotown restaurant.

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Interior design Caitlin Henderson

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Interior design Caitlin Henderson

Furnishings by Hans Wegner, Austrian Design Collective EEOS for Carl Hansen & Son, and GamFratesi for Gubi...

sit side-by-side with sustainable pieces made by Burmese craftspeople, as curated by Caitlin Henderson. In collaboration with Culture A, Inhabit’s art program features a mix of emerging and established names working with textile, metal, painting, and photography, while the hotel's relationship with social enterprises Goldfinger Factory, Aerende, Kalinko, Self Care Co, and Studio ND bring a social conscience to key furnishings and design pieces. Many artworks, such as Miya Ando’s fine art prints, inspire contemplation, while Nur Mut’s landscape photography aims to encourage an appreciation of nature.

Architecture Holland Harvey Architects

Set across half-a-dozen Georgian townhouses in Paddington, Inhabit is a naturally lit homage to a bygone era.

Architectural highlights include a plant-filled atrium ideal for a moment of reflection and a former drawing room reimagined and envisioned as a modern library by Holland Harvey Architects. Floors of English limestone create a feeling of permanence underfoot, while fiddle-leaf fig trees and plant boxes of rosemary and thyme perfume the air and bring nature within arm’s reach.

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The Originals Nadira Lalji

For me, to possess well-being is to be wealthy in the purest and truest sense.

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Inhabit Hotel The Originals

Let Nature Nourish The Kitchen

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Let Nature Nourish The Kitchen

As created by the folks at Yeotown next door...

the hotel is home to a kitchen that offers an all-day menu and includes a range of plant-based dishes, cold-pressed juices made to order, coffees, and teas. Inspired by a certain Californian approach to food, the kitchen aims at wholesome nourishment in harmony with the hotel’s overall wellness-first concept. 

Well read The Library

Shelves of literary classics, coffee table books on art and design, novels, and non-fiction works...

on a range of diverse subjects can be perused in the hotel’s library. Time to step into a space of quietude and bury your nose in a good book.

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Sustainability Keeping an eye on our Conscious Hotel Principles

“We incorporate sustainability best practices from construction, design, and supply chain considerations through to our daily partnerships and operations.”

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Inhabit Hotels believes that the most sustainable building is one that already exists. The team reconfigured an existing hotel to meet their needs. Materials were responsibly sourced, using suppliers and technologies that reinforce the hotel’s sustainability values.

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The hotel recycles all waste and repurposes and reuses wherever possible. Zero waste goes to landfills. The monthly recycling rate is above 91%. The Goldfinger furniture features recycled and reclaimed materials and the hotel avoids all synthetic chemicals.

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Inhabit partners with Con-Serve to reduce its gas and electricity consumption. In the first year of partnership alone, the reduction in electricity was equivalent to the amount generated by 74,837 light bulbs being switched on for 24 hours.

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Guests can refill their bottles at Belu filtered water taps on each floor of the hotel. Belu is a UK-based water company that produces carbon-neutral and ethically-sourced bottled water. 100% of the company’s profits go to WaterAid.

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Products & Produce

The hotel works with a wide range of local partners to source food, textiles, furniture, art, and more. The restaurant features a seasonal, plant-centric menu with no meat and no dairy.

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Inhabit believes hotels can be portals of education for locals and travelers. The hotel is involved with the London Design Festival, hosts workshops with local creative freelancers, and showcases art curated by Culture A.

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Inhabit hosts year-round workshops with local creative freelancers, hosts talks, and offers well-being programs for locals and guests. The hotel also offers running maps and a carefully curated guest directory that features a variety of small businesses.

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The hotel offers Tokyo Bikes, which guests can use to explore the neighborhood. Inhabit is a short distance from a local train station.

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The hotel communicates its environmental and social initiatives through its website, social media channels, and in-room materials.


Follow the conscious journey

This hotel is featured in Taste and Place: The Design Hotels Book.

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United Kingdom

25 - 27 Southwick St, Tyburnia
London W2 1JQ
United Kingdom

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