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An historic town house in Pimlico Grid, the latter among the most ‘in’ residential areas in London, now houses the Artist Residence. The small and elegant boutique hotel offers 10 rooms (including 2 suites), each decorated differently. Antique furnishings, industrial pieces, modern antiques and perfectly preserved architectural features in the style from the early 1900s create a rustic-chic atmosphere, ideal for making one feel immediately at home.
The beds are very comfortable, chosen in the large sizes king and super king. On the ground floor the space is occupied by the Cambridge St. Cafe, an easy-going venue which serves breakfasts, quick lunches and evening meals.

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The frontage of the Artist Residence. It is a former town house, or rather a private residence.
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For "low blood sugar", a cool sundae or a pudding with some biscuits is perfect.

Over the weekend the chefs, lined up behind a wooden table, prepare a great brunch. If all this were not enough, ask at reception how to reach the basement: here a ping pong table peeps out, along with a private dining room, ideal for events and parties for small groups of close friends.

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The Club Suite bets on shades of green and leather armchairs with lived-in effect.
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The Cambridge St. Cafe serves a breakfast of fresh pastries, juices and freshly-brewed coffee, but also excellent light lunches and dinners.
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At the counter of The Cambridge St. Cafe you can also sit and eat a bite while at the same time “spying” on the chefs at work!
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On the ground floor of the hotel is a lovely coffee shop open to the public.
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The plaster mouldings on the ceiling recall the time when the building was a refined private mansion.
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The grand suite also boasts a freestanding bathtub in retro flavour.
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One of the standard rooms. The paintings on the walls are limited edition art prints.

WHERE: 52 Cambridge St, London SW1V 4QQ, Regno Unito

An historic town house in Pimlico Grid, the latter among the most ‘in’ residential areas in London, now houses the Artist Residence. The small and elegant boutique hotel offers 10 rooms (including 2 suites), each decorated differently. Antique furnishings, industrial pieces, modern antiques and perfectly preserved architectural features in the style from the early 1900s create a rustic-chic atmosphere, ideal for making one feel immediately at home.
The beds are very comfortable, chosen in the large sizes king and super king. On the ground floor the space is occupied by the Cambridge St. Cafe, an easy-going venue which serves breakfasts, quick lunches and evening meals.
Over the weekend the chefs, lined up behind a wooden table, prepare a great brunch. If all this were not enough, ask at reception how to reach the basement: here a ping pong table peeps out, along with a private dining room, ideal for events and parties for small groups of close friends.
WHERE: 52 Cambridge St, London SW1V 4QQ, Regno Unito

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