An ultra-modern hideaway in the heart of Central London


Eccleston Square Hotel will be opened in August 2011.

When arriving at Eccleston Square Hotel, a pair of historic townhouses on an award- winning garden square bordering Belgravia and Victoria in London, guests are immediately drawn to the historic and impressive Georgian character of the property. By contrast, Eccleston Square Hotel is an adults only, ultra-modern hideaway with cutting-edge technology in every room.

After a multi-million pound renovation, these Georgian town houses have become a place where guests are comforted and soothed by luxurious products and swathes of futuristic gadgets. All 39 rooms are equipped with electrically adjustable Hästens massage beds, the latest 46-inch Panasonic 3D LED TV, complimentary 3D blu-ray movie library, VoIP phones, high pressure rainfall showers and a programmable ‘wake up and sleep’ experience. All rooms feature the iPad 2, from which guests can control curtains, heating and lighting, request in-room services, and even reserve a table at one of London’s hottest nightclubs.

Good sleep and wellbeing are central to the design concept devised by Olivia Byrne, who recently graduated from the esteemed Ecole Hotelière de Lausanne in Switzerland. “The ethos of the Eccleston Square Hotel is quite simple,” she said. “We want our clients to leave the hotel feeling better than they did when they arrived.”

Eccleston Square Hotel is an ultra-modern hideaway in the heart of Central London. With cutting-edge gadgets in every room, it’s the perfect place for guests to relax and recharge.


Eccleston Square Hotel is located on the border of Belgravia and Victoria, within walking distance of the Victoria travel hub and its theatres. In addition to its village style high-streets made up of individual high-end stores, such as Elizabeth Street, Belgravia is also known for its mansions, elegant squares and private gardens. Travel time to Eccleston Square Hotel from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports is approximately 30 minutes.


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