London’s Most Stylish Hotel Rooms
It’s no secret that we’re big fans of design hotels. We get a lot of great info about the world’s most stylish stays from We Heart: Essential Lifestyle Guide. The innovative online magazine recently launched a new site, dedicated solely to design hotel openings, new bars, clubs and restaurants. The Brief delivers the most innovative travel inspiration. Take this list for example: London’s Most Stylish Hotel Rooms presents the most original, luxurious and fashionable rooms that the eclectic city has to offer…
The iconic Philippe Starck designed Sanderson opened its doors in the year 2000 and has maintained its status as the capital’s coolest hotel ever since. Starck’s surrealist decor dominates the lavish penthouse, a dreamlike two-bedroom suite that, at times, can seem more gallery installation than hotel room.
With a low-cost airline style pricing system, it’s one of London’s coolest destinations. Polished concrete, exposed brick, bustling bar and super-cool Hoxton Grill Restaurant are at odds with the ‘budget’ tag, and their 3 new East London themed rooms – each by a different designer – perfectly sum-up the hotel’s dedication to cutting-edge design.
Gritty Bethnal Green’s Edwardian town hall is now a cutting-edge design hotel and in the De Montfort Suite it also has one of London’s most desirable hotel rooms – a breathtaking conversion of a magnificent public concert hall, with a triple height ceiling and all-glass room dividers. You’re right in the heart of London’s vibrant and cultural East-end but with a room like this, and that the suite comes complete with a state of the art kitchen – from which Mendes can prepare an exclusive tasting menu, you’ll almost certainly not step outside.
Traditional glamour, refined elegance – it’s all here in abundance at the Covent Garden Hotel’s newly revamped loft suite. Two floors, two bathrooms, lounge, bedroom – all spread out over 775 sq ft, this expansive suite is one of the city’s most handsome hotel rooms.
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