This transformation of a discreet London location for a limited time (from Thursday July 4 to Sunday July 14) offers one-night-only bookings for a maximum of two guests (priced £1,200), which includes chauffeur transfers, dinner, breakfast and a selection of Ruinart cuvées - and, for an additional £160 per person, residents can host a dinner party for up to six guests.
Anderson drew inspiration for the hotel from the vineyards, cellars and cuvées at the maison in Reims, Champagne, and his concept tells the story of one of the world’s first champagne houses (established in 1729) through a contemporary lens. This is the second time Ruinart has opened Hotel 1729’s doors, as legendary art director Tom Hingston (who has worked with David Bowie and Christian Dior) helmed last year’s edition. Check back for updates.
A night of indulgence