Treehouse London hotel to open 1 December

New property in Marylebone will have its own resident horticulturalists, 95 bedrooms and a rooftop bar.

Photo credit: Treehousehotels.com
Photo credit: Treehousehotels.com

Treehouse London, complete with its own resident horticulturalists and partly constructed using recycled building materials, will open its doors to guests from 1 December,

The new hotel will be located on Langham Place, Marylebone in central London and contain 95 rooms (with 15 of those being suites), a rooftop bar called The Nest and Mexican restaurant Toca Madera. 

Treehouse London will have its own composting and recycling programmes and a "commitment to reducing single-use plastics", as well as horticulturalists offering tours of local gardens. It will also host book clubs and poetry slams. 

The Nest

The property is the result of a collaboration between Starwood Capital Group and Cairn Group. 

"It’s really exciting to launch our first Treehouse Hotel in one of the greatest cities in the world," said Barry Sternlicht, chief executive and chairman of Starwood Capital Group.

"I believe Treehouse, with its unique philosophy and playful aesthetic, will introduce a new kind of hospitality experience to the London market—fun, witty, surprising, and as much a destination for visitors as it is a local hangout."

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