Auriens Chelsea, a collection of 56 private residences, is now available to view by private appointment
Blending the style and sophistication of a luxury five-star hotel and the ambience of a private member’s club, Auriens is packed with wow factor and innovation destined to transform the concept of later living.
Auriens is on a mission to enrich the lives of its residents with exquisitely-designed apartments, superb services and exceptional health and wellbeing.
When the doors open in September, it will be staffed by a hospitality team from such world-class establishments as the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, The Connaught, Claridge’s, The Savoy and Goodwood.
It has also partnered with experts in health and nutrition. The Kyros Project, founded by pharmacist and medical nutritionist Aidan Goggins – singer Adele’s diet guru – being one.
Aidan will work with Auriens’ chefs to prepare delicious, healthy food menus and employ the latest medical technology to identify resident’s nutritional needs.
Gideon Remfry, Auriens’s Director of Wellness was formerly the wellness director for the celebrated KX private members club, which has sites in London and New York.
Gideon believes in ‘active ageing’ and will be offering residents a personalised and exciting menu of fitness programmes.
Ben Williams, Head of Human Performance for Olympic yachtsman Sir Ben Ainslie’s British Americas Cup Team, has come on board bringing cutting-edge nutrition medicine, recovery science and movement efficiency.
General Manager Rupert Spurgeon, who joins Auriens from the Island of Mustique, says: “Life at Auriens is about choice. It’s about choosing the location, lifestyle and environment that suits the way you want to live in later life.
“It’s about choosing to live somewhere beautiful and enjoying the finest service on offer.
“It’s about knowing you can have the care you might need in the home you love.
“Auriens combines all the best elements of a superb hotel, a private members club and the best health and wellness spas – all within a few steps of their own home”.
The Auriens interiors are packed with style and wow factor but designed to make you feel at home.
There are kitchen cabinets that adjust in height via a simple remote control, and furniture that is comfortable and designed with an older demographic in mind.
There are numerous private areas for people to enjoy beyond the walls of their sumptuous apartments.
There’s the restaurant and private dining room.
There is also a wine room, drawing room, library, cinema and speakeasy bar as well as a hair and beauty salon and men’s barber.
A 15m swimming pool, MediSpa, gym and fitness studio are all on site too as well as a vitality pool and sauna.
The courtyard garden, designed by RHS Chelsea Gold Medal winner Andy Sturgeon, is set to be a delightful space for an al-fresco coffee with family and friends or gathering of green-fingered enthusiasts.
All the apartments are wonderfully spacious – ranging from just under 900 sq ft (for a one-bedroom) to 2,200 sq ft (for the largest two-bedroom).
Many have balconies and outdoor patios while some of the larger two-bedroom apartments have separate study areas.
“In everything we do at Auriens, we believe in challenging the perceptions around age and later living,” declares Auriens CEO David Meagher. “The people living here will be trailblazers for a new form of later life living.”
The on-site show apartment is now available to view by appointment with protocols and stringent hygiene measures to ensure every visit is as comfortable as possible.
For those unable to visit in person, an innovative virtual walkthrough of a residence is available upon request.
All homes at Auriens are only available to rent.