Cheval reopens Phoenix House after sustainable renovation

Cheval reopens Phoenix House after sustainable renovation

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UK: Cheval Phoenix House in Chelsea, London, has reopened after a 15-month renovation. The home features sustainable design elements that form the basis for a new aesthetic for Cheval Collection.

Cheval Phoenix House offers 34 one and two-bedroom apartments, a 24-hour reception and an on-site gym.

Some of the sustainable features designed to reduce energy consumption include: energy-efficient heat pumps for hot water, energy-efficient lighting and sensors, a heating and cooling system with air conditioning, and water-saving showers and faucets.

During the renovation, 99.76 percent of construction waste was recycled, and the interior designers used sustainably sourced FF&E and finishes, including fabrics made from recycled materials. Other natural materials such as stone and wood were also used.

Mohammed Alawadhi, Managing Director, Cheval Collection, said: “The renovation of Cheval Phoenix House underlines our commitment to our existing estate as we continue to expand globally. We strive to deliver the highest standards for our guests and this means not only the latest luxury designs, but also a clear commitment to sustainability.”

Next year, Cheval Collection plans to launch Cheval Maison – West Regent, based in Glasgow. This will be its fourth property in Scotland.

The group currently has nine offices in London, three in Edinburgh and one in Dubai.