The building, which consists of two former London townhouses, boasts a colourful past. Occupants included a Viscount, Dowager Countess, Members of Parliament, high-ranking British officers and a spinster who played her part in ‘Operation Mincemeat’, a successful plot to deceive the German army during World War II.
An in-house team of designers has spent nearly two years planning and creating apartments to satisfy the needs and tastes of the most discerning visitor wishing to be part of London’s 2012 celebrations. The top three-bedroom penthouse is being decorated with exotic Madagaskan marble, walnut floors, designer furniture pieces and select works of art. An international team of manufacturers include Italian carpentry experts, Maestri, and furniture design house B&B Italia.
The very best fabrics, wallpapers, woven Wilton carpets and polished plaster finishes create a luxurious, yet comfortable and homely environment, even suitable for an extended stay. Lighting experts have been brought in to maximise natural light in the west and east facing apartments. This is complemented by low intensity, environmentally friendly lighting systems throughout.
Service will be a key area of focus at Beaufort Gardens. A multi-lingual team will be available around the clock to offer personalised and discreet assistance and advice to guests. Services can range from beauty treatments in the privacy of your apartment to the culinary services of a personal chef or securing a table at one of the exclusive restaurants or clubs in Knightsbridge.
All apartments differ from 48 hours notice to 14 days, a copy of the terms and conditions will be sent to you on enquiry of individual apartments
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