Available to rent for a minimum of 3 months to a maximum of 36 months, with the price varying based on duration.
Chateau Denmark is located on London’s most famous music street – Denmark Street in Soho.
This apartment is ideal for both long and short stays and are inspired by the street’s fine architectural detail and strands form its musical history. Price upon request.
Housed in the very building where The Rolling Stones recorded their debut album, these Lofthouse Apartments follow a less than authoritarian design aesthetic. Sitting above Regent Sounds Studio and with strong accents of punk rock, these apartments tap into the raw and unrivalled energy of Denmark Street, fuelling an alternative perspective on short and long stays. The Who, The Kinks, Jimi Hendrix and countless others recorded here and much of that industrial aesthetic has been restored as it remains one of the staple guitar stores along the street. As the rebellious statement piece in these apartments, the bespoke gold trimmed black and white graffitied bed that makes for a bold and raucous aesthetic. While flanking either side, are the marbled moulin noir bedsides sitting below the industrial gunmetal pipe wall lights, employing a repurposed red radiator handle as the switch, deliberately toying with the punk movement’s famous DIY culture.
While opposite, a mirrored wall with inset 45-inch screen complements the sound system, courtesy of world-respected audio manufacturers PMC and Artcoustic, touching the imagination of similar spirited music lovers. The mirrored wall perfectly frames a black-lined verdigris standalone bathtub. Bringing some dramatic intrigue into the apartment the oversized bold wardrobe doors feature diamond patterned embossed leather finishes.
In addition to the kitchenette maxi-bar, these Lofthouse Apartments also feature a dining table and statement chairs upholstered in green and red tartan, while the other dining chairs pay respect to Queen and country. Statement bathrooms feature a large walk-in shower with marbled floor, meeting deep forest green tiles. While bronze and brass finishes across taps, faucets and shower heads make for a classic aesthetic rooted in contemporary style.