Originally constructed in 1860, No 1 Palace Street, was amongst the Capitals first Five-Star venues. Frequented by royalty and foreign dignitaries due to its proximity to Buckingham Palace. Initially named The Palace Hotel, Queen Victoria spent a lot of time here with her guests. The luxury developer Northacre is now restoring this magnificent structure to its former glory.
No 1 Palace Street Features 72 unique apartments, each with a different layout and design, it is located just across the road from Buckingham Palace and a few minutes away from St James’s Park. The splendid restaurants of Mayfair and Knightsbridge are just a stone’s throw away as is the history and tradition of St James’s. Residents can enjoy the tranquility and serenity of London’s great Royal Parks on their doorstep. St James’s Park enjoys incredible pageants and ceremonies annually on royal occasions.
A new standard of exquisite luxury living has been brought to London by No 1 Palace Street.
Sitting next to the Royal and Political heart of London, with The Palace of Westminster and Abbey a short stroll away to the east with both Buckingham and St James’s Palace to the North.
Steeped in British history, with an array of clubs and restaurants which have hosted many writers, artists, actors and statesmen over the last two centuries. These shops and restaurants are some of the oldest found in the world today. An example would be Berry Brothers & Rudd, founded in 1686 and has been supplying wine ever since, with clientele such as Lord Byron. There are many more such boutiques such as Lobbs Shoes which made shoes for Frank Sinatra. Wiltons restaurant is another treasured restaurant from 1742 and was a favourite of Margaret Thatcher. History has laid its footprints on this location.
No 1 Palace Street is a collection of classical and exquisite styles of European architecture.
With different façades which are inspired by a selection of international architectural vernacular. The four façades comprise of Italian Renaissance, French Renaissance, Beaux Arts, Queen Anne and Contemporary. At the core of the building there is a private square and garden which is in the quintessential English tradition.
With over 6,500 square feet dedicated to a wellness centre, residents can enjoy a 20m heated indoor pool, two treatment rooms, a 2,000 square feet gym as well as personal training studios. No 1 Palace Street also features a wonderful entertainment space, with a library, meeting room, cinema and lounge.