When the newest boutique hotel in London debuted on Friday, December 30, it was housed in a distinctively restored Camden chapel. The Wesley is a brand-new addition to the expanding lodging options in the capital’s emerging neighbourhoods, with a £9m investment and two years of building.
The Methodist Church, The Wesley’s owner, and Manolo & White Architects collaborated closely to design a freshly renovated community area on the building’s lower ground level as well as 38 brand-new boutique guestrooms spread across four further storeys.
The HLM interior design architects gave the Wesley’s Classic, Superior, and Wesley Collection category bedrooms a sleek, contemporary style that captures the energy of the Camden neighbourhood and its bars, restaurants, boutiques and nightlife, including the renowned Camden Lock Market.
The Wesley Camden Town is the first sister property in the UK to The Wesley Euston that was recognised ten years ago as “the UK’s first ethical hotel.” The Camden Town facility is anticipated to be a well-liked amenity within the local Camden community for visiting friends, families, and business travellers and will have the same high degree of eco-credentials as its bigger sister at Euston.
Numerous well-known landmarks and venues are just a short stroll from the hotel, including Madame Tussauds, Camden Lock Market and Regent’s Canal. Regent’s Park, London Zoo and the Jewish Museum of London are all close by. The hotel is anticipated to draw guests from the north, the midlands, as well as those using the Eurostar out of St. Pancras.
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