Designed to create a restorative experience in a frenetic city.
London’s first mindful hotels
Wellbeing lies at the heart of all we do. Designed to create a restorative experience in a frenetic city, our hotels represent what being well means to us. We think of wellness as far more than just a physical state – it’s a way of life. During your stay, we invite you to explore our havens of calm. Leave feeling rested and refreshed in mind, body and soul.
Our daily activities programme offers something for all tastes. Enjoy yoga or Pilates with expert teachers, savour some rare moments of stillness with a guided meditation, explore our London surroundings on a mindful nature walk, or join one of our inspiring events or workshops.
At Inhabit, we take sleep seriously. That’s why our rooms are decorated in calming hues of blue, green and grey, and decorated with restful, nature-inspired artworks. Wooden lock boxes encourage you to tuck your phone away at night. We’ve even developed a bespoke Inhabit Sleep Kit, including a magnesium sleep spray, a silk eye mask and cashmere bed socks. Zzzzz…
Instant calm: meet the APPLE technique. Feeling tired, irritable, anxious, lonely or overwhelmed?
At Inhabit, we believe that wellness starts from within. Our hotels and on-site activities aim to foster social connection, healthy living and improved, sustainable habits. We work with expert healthcare providers and host regular events and workshops, curated by our Head of Wellness.
Fitness options for all
Give your body and mind some love during your stay by joining our friendly fitness classes, suitable for all ages. Pick from vinyasa, hatha, slow flow or yin yoga, fire up your core with Pilates, or request a personal training session in your room or outdoors. We can connect you with our favourite local fitness professionals.
We’ve created a map of the best local running routes so that you can maintain your running routine during your stay. With some of London’s most prestigious green spaces on your doorstep, including emerald Hyde Park, you’re spoiled for choice.