Internationally renowned luxury chain Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has big plans for a new five-star luxury hotel and residential complex to be opened in Central London.

Situated in Hanover Square, between Bond Street and Regent’s street, ‘Hanover Bond’ – this is the name with which it will be marketed – will include a boutique hotel with fifty rooms and suites and eighty residences. The area is also famous for its high-end shopping boutiques, with the most exclusive fashion brands.

The luxury hotel and residence complex will also be close to the Bond Street Cross Rail station, which will open later this year and will allow fast connections across London and an easy access to Heathrow airport. The property is due to open in 2021.

Thomas Juul-Hansen’s interiors have been crafted to complement the architectural identity of the building, such as the natural light that floods in from the floor-to-ceiling windows and the Juliet balconies. The fittings are bespoke, designed to maximise the potential of the apartments, and include folding panelled doors that conceal the kitchen cabinets, and a custom-made centrepiece of a stone kitchen island that drapes into a dining banquette.

Designed by the internationally renowned Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP), the acclaimed architects behind some of the world’s most iconic buildings and highly prized residences, it is formed of north and south towers, connected by an iconic glass core. The building is inspired by the past and looking to the future.

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Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is renowned the world over; its name synonymous with exceptional service, amenities and design. Each hotel is carefully curated for its location and to complement the lifestyle of guests and residents.

With residences and hotel in one new, bespoke building, residents will enjoy seamless access to Mandarin Oriental’s celebrated services and amenities.

The residences will also have access to some of the hotel services, including the pool, the fitness area, the spa, in-residence dining, housekeeping, valet parking and a 24-hour concierge.

The bespoke carved stone banquette is an elegant centrepiece of the kitchen and dining area.Every detail has been considered, from the panel design accenting the floor-to-ceiling windows and framing the views of Mayfair, to the integrated lighting and engineered wood flooring.

The master bathroom is serene, with a bespoke carved stone double vanity unit and carved stone walls that flow around the room, sitting within panels that echo the framing of the Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partner façade. The double-ended bath tub sits in a carved stone surround, above slab marble floors.

The panelled motif continues in the secondary bathrooms, and the separate shower and WC rooms are concealed behind fluted glass doors.The expansive wardrobes feature leather panels with metal frame detailing and the dressing station includes a mirror with integrated lighting. An elegant carpet inlay adds a delicate and tactile feel to the space.The suites at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Mayfair have been carefully tailored for London living, and are effortlessly stylish.

The kitchen is elegantly designed and is discreetly concealed by custom cabinetry. A bespoke sliding screen allows the space to be fully open, or to create privacy between the living room and bedroom. A full-height feature window with electronic privacy glass seamlessly connects the bathroom and living areas.

The kitchen can be discreetly closed off behind custom cabinetry with Juul-Hansen’s signature framing detail.

A feature sliding wall between the living room and the bedroom allows the space to be completely open, or elegantly divided. This one bedroom layout also features a separate kitchen as well as a walk-in wardrobe.

Located on Hanover Square, between Bond Street and Regent Street, The Residences are within moments of London’s finest retail destinations, from flagship luxury stores to Savile Row tailors, and numerous notable clubs and restaurants. Art lovers and collectors will find more than 50 galleries and auction houses, plus the Royal Academy, within a 10 minute walk. From 2018, the arrival of the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) will also connect you directly with the City and Canary Wharf in minutes and with Heathrow Airport in under half an hour.