The Twenty Two is a Sultry Hangout, Restaurant and Hotel ‘for the Creative and Curious’ in London

London is a city known for being elegant, timeless and filled with secret gem nooks and crannies. But the Queen's

The Twenty Two is a Sultry Hangout

London is a city known for being elegant, timeless and filled with secret gem nooks and crannies.

But the Queen's city just welcomed a new classic: The Twenty Two. It's a restaurant, a private club and a hotel all in one – and you won't want to miss this classy new curiosity. Close to the heart of London, the unique boutique hotel boasts a Parisian-style exterior and an elegant interior that pays homage to 18th-century classic French design.

Rooms and Suites

When you're checking on Twenty Two, the first thing you'll want to do is check in – and the rooms are something special.

Located on Grosvenor Square, Twenty Two encompasses a 42,500-square-foot Edwardian manor offering 31 bedrooms and suites.

The rooms are all unique and full of character, speaking to the manor's origins as a family residence.

My ambition for The Twenty Two was to create a space where the creative and the curious, in London and globally, can come together and feel welcome; a living room of sorts where guests feel inspired and at home in their surroundings.

Guests can choose between manor rooms, manor studios and suites – each filled with comfort and luxury, designed for guests to feel pampered and embraced.

Guests will also find Cabochon marble in the bathroom, mini-bars and Egyptian cotton sheets to make you feel like royalty.


And in a place like Twenty Two, you expect the dining to be delectable – and it is.

Helmed by Executive Chef Alan Christie, Twenty Two boasts a neighborhood restaurant vibe that blends Mediterrannean classics and creativity with British flare.

I wanted to create a restaurant where the menus flow harmoniously from breakfast to lunch to dinner, made up of dishes that evoke a subtle, comforting familiarity, some light and fresh, some indulgent, but all executed to the highest standards and with the best quality, seasonal ingredients.

Guests can find menu items both inventive and familiar, and sip cocktails from a list of classics or try something new.

Private: Members Only

And of course, like all the finest London establishments, there's a private club for members only.

The Twenty Two team shares in a statement, "The Club at The Twenty Two is split across the ground and lower ground floor and features four exclusive spaces, reserved for patrons and hotel guests only: The Living Room and outdoor terrace overlooking Grosvenor Square, The Dining Room, The Music Room and The Vault Bar.

The Club is a place to collaborate and unwind, with exclusive access to an all-day space, The Living Room. On the lower ground, The Dining Room is for patrons and hotel guests to indulge in dinner. It is linked to The Music Room for late night dancing, as well as The Vault Bar, featuring an outdoor lower ground terrace."

But don't expect a peek inside; they're not visually publishing this exclusive spot.

If you're headed to London and need a place to stay, or you're a local looking for something new and exciting, Twenty Two is the place to be.

The creators want it to be a place where guests can indulge their creative and curious nature, and explore the intersection of luxury and love of living.

For more information or to book your stay, visit the website.