Cheval Gloucester Park reopens after multi-million refurbishment

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UK: Cheval Collection celebrated the reopening of Cheval Gloucester Park, Kensington with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

The ceremony follows a two-year multi-million pound refurbishment.

His Excellency Mohammed Al Shaibani, chairman of the board of directors for Cheval Collection Ltd, was present to cut the ribbon.

The luxury residence will be available to book for any length of stay, from one night to one year or more at the 98 apartments, spread across 10 floors. Cheval Gloucester Park features a combination of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as three five-bedroom penthouses on the upper floors, named Gloucester, Cromwell and Kensington.

Mohammed S Al Marzooqi, managing director of Cheval Collection Ltd, said: “The entire team at Cheval Collection is extremely proud of Cheval Gloucester Park and this has been the perfect celebration of the culmination of two years of dedication to creating this new London offering. It was an honour to have His Excellency Mohammed Al Shaibani with us today to cut the ribbon. We look forward to officially opening on 1 February, welcoming loyal repeat customers as well as new guests.”

Cheval Gloucester Park offers a 24-hour concierge service which can include a private chef, daily maid service and weekly linen and towel change.



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