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Eccleston Square Hotel occupies two historic Georgian townhouses and is now a Grade II listed building — which means it’s protected by law. Consequently, the hotel's development in the 2000s stayed strictly true to its roots, and the 40-room boutique owes much to its Georgian origins. From the striking facade to the art deco reception area to the chandelier in the restaurant, there are subtle touches of heritage through the building.
Yet despite this history, the hotel is probably most notable for embracing the ultra-modern and the state-of-the-art. Technology is really part of the fabric here, with exciting features ranging from the smart glass surrounding the bathroom to the 3-D televisions at the end of the luxury massage beds. It's the kind of super-stylish technology you expect in a Bond film. And with no children allowed, every aspect of the design feels relaxed and mature.