Different from the hotels in Paris, hotels in London have classical design with modern looking. Here are top 7 wonderful and hot hotels in London.
Coming to Zetter Townhouse Marylebone, tourists will be exciting and feel the spring is coming. Zetter Town Marylebone opens on Marylebone’s Seymour Street with 24 bedrooms. With Georgian architecture, the hotel has a cosy living – room serving cocktail, antique wooden interior and wallpaper with patterns drawn by hand. Parlour Seymour serves the dishes cooked by famous French chef – Bruno Loubet.
Since the hotel has been closed in late 2013 and is delayed until March of 2015, Lanesborough re- opening will hopefully be worth the wait with recent annoucement that the hotels will be a part of the Oetker collection. It also impact on Le Bristol Paris and Palais Namaskar in Marrakesh. A breath of fresh air will be brought by changing 93 bedrooms but the hotel’s Regency style is still remained.
Coming into operation in January with 15 bedrooms, The Hospital Club is suitable to be a place for a members’ club to relax in private, an exhibition gallery and a live performance space. Rooms have been designed by Russell Sage Studios and there will be rainforest showers, Roberts radios, unique artwork and a cocktail trolley service.
Named after Rhaune Laslett, the organiser of the original Notting Hill Festival which later became the famous Carnival, The Laslett constructs five Victorian villas on Pembridge Gardens. The lobby of the hotel will be come a coffee shop, bar and gallery, while the 51 bedrooms will be furnished with modern furniture, blankets, locally-sourced antiques and original artwork.
The Arts Club, a private members’ club founded in 1863, will open 16 rooms and suites in the spring of 2015, in addition to the existing three restaurants and nightclub in the garden. Guest bedrooms will occupy the second, third and fourth floors of the building. They have been designed to bring about elegance and charm to the Georgian architecture.
“Many of the Arts Club members have asked us to expand our service. So we expect that this place will attract many visitors” said Alice Chadwyck-Healey, executive director at the Arts Club. “We believe that the new hotel will attract international tourists, who wish to relax in a high-quality and comfortable suite in central London,” she added.
The activation of Old Street continues with the opening of Z Shoreditch in March. With 111 bedrooms on the third floor, the hotel will be located within The Bower area of Old Street with easy access to restaurants and shops.
Safestay’s second London hotel will be constructed in a buidling under the King James I dynasty in 1607. When the hotels open in April with 380 beds, tourists can expect the same level of style and design as the group’s Elephant and Castle concept. The group also plan to open a new hotel in New York in early 2015.