Guest lounging area
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Extending well beyond a perfunctory yoga mat stashed in the guestroom wardrobe or perhaps even a green juice on the breakfast menu, Inhabit, is upping the hospitality industry’s wellness game.

Billing itself as London’s first mindful hotel, the 88-room property unfolds over six Georgian townhouses stitched together by Holland Harvey Architects, in a leafy patch of Paddington, to include facilities like a Meditation Pod, Yoga Atrium, a gym with a Peloton indoor cycling bike, and a Clearlight Infrared Sauna.

This is all complimented by thoughtful artwork selected by Amsterdam-based Culture A and uplifting Scandi-flourished interiors – by London-based Caitlin Henderson – in soothing neutral tones and details like handcrafted homeware from Myanmar, plants specially selected for their air purifying qualities, and a mobile phone box, meant to aid restful sleep.

A pantry provides healthy snacks from fresh fruit to vegetable crisps, while Yeotown Kitchen serves an all-day menu of nourishing dishes from nutritious gluten-free oat porridge warmed in almond milk to the Thai green curry coconut noodle bowl. If you do head out, hop on one of the hotel’s Tokyo Bikes, where London’s array of restaurants await.

Guest dining area

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Guest Lounge/sitting area

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Hotel interior design

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Guest double bedroom

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Guest single bedroom

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Lauren Ho is the former travel editor at Wallpaper*. Now a contributing editor, she roams the globe, writing extensively about luxury travel, architecture and design for both the magazine and the website, alongside various other titles. She is also the European Academy Chair for the World's 50 Best Hotels.