If you've ever checked out of a luxury hotel and thought "I wish I could just live here," well, you're in luck. has announced its first-ever standalone branded "residences," set to debut next year in London's Mayfair neighborhood.
In order to get your hands on one, prepare to shell out. The three, four, and five bedroom residences will start at £17.5M (that's roughly $23.7M) and will go up to £35M (around $47.3M). Real estate agency Knight Frank will oversee sales.
It's a pretty big deal for the Toronto-based hotel company. While Four Seasons has been in the branded residential business for three decades, Twenty Grosvenor Square represents the company's first residential project that is not attached to a hotel.
Though we don't yet know when they'll become available, here's what we do know: these apartments are going to be seriously luxurious. Take a look inside below.
They include: in-residence dining, a concierge, housekeeping, event planning, childcare, a cinema, wine cellar, and private landscaped gardens.
Right in the heart of Mayfair.
It once served as a home base for US Naval Forces — including General Dwight Eisenhower — during WWII.
Features will include high ceilings, separate staff entrances, media rooms, and classical drawing rooms.
Complete with an 82-foot pool, a steam room and sauna, and fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment.
Owners will reportedly have a chauffeured Bentley available, as well as a Sotheby's art expert to help oversee their art collections.
They're very sleek and modern, indeed.