Loveday Kensington

Introducing Loveday Kensington

Founded in 1685, Kensington Square is reportedly London’s oldest garden square and is only a short walk from the bustle and glamour of Kensington High Street, one of the most famous thoroughfares in what is one of the capital’s most sought-after districts. 

Directly opposite the square, and discreetly located through a charming Grade-II-listed archway, lies the stunning Loveday Kensington. This elegant residence is within a brief stroll of many of central London’s finest shops and boutiques, restaurants, bars and museums, not to mention the green open spaces of Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.

Loveday Kensington features: 

24-hour tailored compassionate senior and memory care

Beautifully appointed private suites

Luxury suites with private gardens 

A spectacular roof-top terrace café

Award-winning chefs serving delicious, nutritious food

Our luxurious private dining and events room

An elegant cinema and library room

A luxurious spa and beauty salon 

A dedicated studio and activities room

Loveday Kensington features: 

Adam Tallis BEM

General Manager of Loveday Kensington

Adam has had a very exciting journey into care, having started his career in hotels and swiftly moving up the ranks. Adam has organised events for some of the UK’s most highly regarded hotels and organisations including Hilton and The Royal College of Surgeons of England. In his role as an Operations Director with CH&Co, Adam organised numerous high profile events including Buckingham Palace Garden Parties and is well accustomed to serving royalty, VIPs and celebrities alike.

Adam’s interest in care was sparked following his grandmother’s dementia diagnosis as he struggled to find appropriate residential care to meet her needs. Seeing the hospitality side of care was neglected in care homes, Adam made the decision to make the career move into the care industry to help address this gap and improve the standards for those living with dementia in care homes.  Adam undertook intensive training and became a Registered Manager with BUPA in 2018 and a year later took over the management of their flagship home – BUPA Kensington.  

In October 2020 Adam was recognised in the Queen’s Honours List for his dedication during the Covid Pandemic in keeping residents safe; a testament to his passion for care which is unwavering. 

Adam brings the same exceedingly high levels of service coupled with his expertise in elderly and dementia care to the Members of Loveday Kensington, where he leads the team of like-minded, industry-leading care professionals. 

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The Residence

Once through the archway, Loveday Kensington is accessed via a meandering path that winds its way down through a thoughtfully-landscaped courtyard garden, featuring generous beds of sensory plants, full of fragrance, texture and beauty, graceful sculpture and the soothing trickle of a water feature, with plenty of comfortable seating to tempt Members to relax outside in the fresh air and sunshine.

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Designed by Australia-based Marchese Partners, a recognised world leader in senior living architecture and interior design, Loveday Kensington’s accommodation is situated over four floors, offering 40 generously appointed suites of varying sizes and styles, a number of which have their own private courtyards or terraces.

A particular delight is the spectacular roof-top terrace café overlooking the square garden, inviting Members to enjoy day-long dining, socialising and relaxation on long, balmy summer evenings. Blending classical, mid-century and contemporary styling, the property is bathed in a warm colour palette, combined with natural light throughout which enhances and complements its luxurious fabrics and textiles and glowing, custom-designed American walnut furniture. 

Our Members can choose between our Loveday suite interiors or work with our London design team, who are always on hand to assist Members who prefer to decorate and furnish their own suites to suit their individual styles and preferences.