LOCATION

London

CLIENT

Queensgate Investment/ Rockwell

ARCHITECT

Simpson Haugh

Kensington Forum is a mixed-use development, located on the Cromwell Road in Kensington, London.

The scheme includes the demolition of an existing c.1,000 bed hotel, followed by the construction of a new 30-storey (plus three basement storeys), 749 bed 5-star hotel, 340 serviced apartments and 46 residential units.

The development also includes substantial amenity spaces including an expansive ballroom, conference facilities and multiple kitchens and speciality restaurants. 749 Bed 5-star Hotel, Conference and Restaurants, 340 Apartments and 46 residential units

SERVICES PROVIDED
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