See the Connaught Hotel’s Art-Filled Townhouse Curated by Gagosian
A walk-in closet filled with Burberry trench coats, a Moynat trunk packed with vintage jewels from Susan Caplan, and custom Smythson stationery go a long way toward making a stay at The Mews at the Connaught, a new three-story townhouse in London’s Mayfair district, feel like home. But it’s the Gagosian-curated artwork that turns this unique take on a penthouse suite into a collector’s private retreat.
Guests are welcomed by a tower of color balls by London sculptor Annie Morris, while geometric paintings by Irish artist Richard Gorman hang above the fireplaces. Works by Louise Bourgeois, Marc Newson, and Camille Henrot dot the living spaces.
With a private entrance on Adam’s Row as well as one through the legendary hotel, The Mews offers all the comforts of home with all the magic of hotel amenities, including Jean-Georges Vongerichten room service or a visit from the Connaught Bar martini trolley, just a phone call away.
A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2019 Summer issue in the section The Artful Life. Subscribe to the magazine.