Available to rent for a minimum of 3 months to a maximum of 36 months, with the price varying based on duration.
Reflecting 60s and 70s era playful avant-garde across design, art, music and fashion, the York Apartments set a pace for indulgence. These spacious apartments are housed in the beautiful York & Clifton Mansions. Sitting above the hustle and bustle of St Giles Square and accessed through Denmark Place or from St Giles High Street, the apartments follow a psychedelic aesthetic.
With a luscious and curvaceous burgundy velvet bespoke headboard ensconcing the bed and framing the brass, resin and glass crafted bedsides. In addition, the Anaconda dusty pink wallpaper creates a soft but vibrant mood that resonates through the apartment, offsetting a bottle green desk with smoked clear legs. The open plan layout also offers DJ ports and a striking peacock blue sofa to complete a vibrant and lavish aesthetic that stimulates a particular kind of deviance.
The apartment also features the kitchenette maxi-bar, stand-alone bathtub and a large double shower. While a 65-inch screen complements the sound system, courtesy of world-respected audio manufacturers Void and Artcoustic, touching the imagination of similar spirited music lovers.
Whereas our reimagined perspective on the traditional butler, or BTLR, means a team of proudly impassioned individuals ready to meet any rhythm. Insiders in every sense of the term their unique character sets them apart, allowing them to measure the mood and match it to the moment. Bringing Chateau Denmark together with the district and the wider neighbourhood, they’re always in sync. From channelling the good times to facilitating escapism, their “little purple book” ensures more than simply service.
The bathroom amenities have been created from a partnership with Soapsmith, who have been making scents of London since 2012. Celebrating the street as a scene for musical discovery, creative expression and alluring rebellion. Designed by Soapsmith, the Denmark Street London range bottles the street’s passion for ripping up the rulebook while strutting to the beat of its own distinctive drum.