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When you visit a hotel, the first impression you get from it is the lobby, it’s the first thing you see when you enter and it plays a big role on whether you like the hotel or not. So, it is vital that hotels focus on their decoration and design, and today we will show you some of the best examples of hotel lobby designs In London.
Attracting millions of visitors every year, London obviously has many luxury hotels to chose from. Here are some examples of the best designed and decorated ones.
We start of with one of the most distinguished and admired hotels in London, overlooking the Royal Mews and the grounds of Buckingham Palace. An impecable Classic English style and a great location are the hotel’s main focus points.
Europe’s first Grand Hotel, constantly evolving and adapting, keeping the same class as ever. The Langham features a private member’s club with gorgeous BRABBU pieces, such as NANOOK, a mid century modern armchair, and SIKA, a statement wingback chair.
Another classical English look. The exquisite five-star Grade II Listed Milestone Hotel offers unrivalled service and beautifully appointed guest rooms, suites and long-stay apartments, each individually designed with unique character and charm.
Superbly located on a quiet garden square, close to the luxury shops, galleries and museums of Mayfair, St James’s and the West End. Grand in style yet intimate and welcoming, its design is inspired by the great Art Deco hotels of the 1920s.
As one of the city’s best central London luxury hotels, COMO The Halkin can claim pride of place in Belgravia. The hotel stands out for its design, which combines the timeless and contemporary.
This luxurious five-star hotel located in Central London still resonates with echoes of history reaching back to the time of Shakespeare and Queen Elizabeth I. A top of the line hotel, suited for exclusive guests and state delegations.
At the hub of Mayfair Village since the early part of the 19th century, The Connaught combines the reassurance of traditional English craftsmanship with the contemporary features expected by the modern traveller.
The Goring stands out from the crowd as London’s last family-owned luxury hotel, with over a hundred years of passion for hospitality. The hotel continues to be recognised and awarded in the UK and internationally, receiving several accolades in the past few years.
The flagship hotel of The Montcalm Luxury Hotels, a group of hotels in London’s finest locations, renowned for their individuality, five star service and style. The magnificent décor and the contemporary design of the lobby welcomes you to an experience to remember.
Last but certainly not least, a symbol of high society and luxury, The Ritz London is one of the world’s most prestigious and best known hotels. Designed in the Louis XVI style, which is consistent throughout, the hotel has a special atmosphere of perfect appropriateness and elegant restraint.
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