Glasgow’s Hotel du Vin, One Devonshire Gardens, has undergone an extensive refurbishment to give its interiors a contemporary new look.
The 49-bedroom boutique, popular with celebrities including Kylie Minogue and George Clooney and dubbed the UK’s first boutique hotel when it opened in 1986, has seen all its public areas updated with Farrow & Ball and Curious Design paints and wallpaper.
The public rooms, including the lounge, whisky bar and bistro have been redecorated in tasteful neutrals and the lighting and soft furnishings all upgraded.
"The interior design is in tune with the gorgeous period features, while also being contemporary, welcoming and comfortable," said Arlene Mitchell, sales and events manager for Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens, owned by American hotel group KSL.
Since its launch in 1986 by Glasgow hotelier Ken McCulloch, the hotel has expanded to occupy five B-listed townhouses, including the home of art collector Sir William Burrell. The hotel was acquired in 2006 by Hotel du Vin and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay ran the hotel’s restaurant, Amaryllis until 2004.