Located at 116 Piccadilly, in the heart of Mayfair, the property was formerly a private home and private members’ club, before being transformed into a hotel.
According to the hotel consortium, many of the hotel’s suites have floor-to-ceiling windows with “sweeping views” across Green Park, and the hotel’s façade boasts a living wall of plants which stretches up to the 10th floor.
After a two-year revamp led by designer Martin Hulbert, the hotel has unveiled 135 bedrooms and 11 suites, all adapted and repurposed with the aim of “maximising the hotel’s extraordinary aspect across Green Park”.
Peter Hancock, CEO of Pride of Britain Hotels, said: “It gives us great pleasure to welcome The Athenaeum Hotel and Residences, one of London’s finest hotels, into the Pride of Britain family, alongside such iconic gems as The Goring, Calcot and Glenapp Castle.”
Joanne Taylor-Stagg, general manager of the Athenaeum, added: “We are thrilled to have been accepted into such a respected hotel collection as Pride of Britain Hotels.”