Set on the corners of the building to maximise space, light – and views – the Bloomsbury’s spacious suites are decorated in a rich, regal palette, with designer rugs, solid wooden furniture and velvet-upholstered armchairs. The result is a light-filled space with an opulent feel, not least in the Italian marble bathrooms, complete with freestanding roll-top baths, separate showers and double marble-topped vanity units.
Be it the regal splendour of The Brompton’s four-poster bed, free-standing Victorian roll-top bath and Waterford crystal chandelier, or the contemporary charm of The Knightsbridge’s circular day bed, marble bathroom with Jacuzzi and balcony overlooking the neighbourhood’s wide boulevards, The Kensington’s signature suites offer supreme comfort and space. The two can be combined for the ultimate family retreat, while the hotel’s Studio Suites offer a luxury form of loft living.
Few – if any – London hotel suites can compare with The Marylebone’s Terrace Suites for style or space. As their name implies, these havens of contemporary style boast a large outdoor space looking out over the London skyline complete with sofas, Eames-inspired chairs, dining table, an in-built gas fireplace and TV, all decorated in a chic Scandi style with retractable roof and blinds. Inside, the rich hardwood floors and arabascato marble bathrooms feature Starck, B&B Italia and Porta Romana furnishings and lighting, while contemporary artwork lends a bold, sleek feel, setting the seal on the supremely well appointed space.