The Milestone Hotel has unveiled two new ‘reimagined’ suites, following a period of renovation at the luxury London property.
The relaunch of the new rooms marks the completion of the second stage of a three-year refurbishment, which will bring the historic 17th century hotel into the modern day in a bid to remain ever-competitive in the capital.
The new suites have been designed by the design team from owners Red Carnation Hotel Collection, headed up by the group’s president and founder Beatrice Tollman and her daughter Toni.
106 Grand Master Suite boasts an iconic bronze four-poster bed, with a collection of vintage Hermes scarves framed on the white velvet walls.
The Meghan Suite has been named as a tribute to the new Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, with a handmade Savior bed, custom-designed Indian silks and a large black and white marble bathroom as highlights.
General manager of The Milestone Hotel & Residences, Andrew Pike, said: “I am tremendously proud of The Milestone’s two beautiful new suites. Our hotel is a historic London landmark and provides a richly cultural backdrop for The Milestone Hotel & Residences’ elegant future. Mrs Tollman and her outstanding design team have created timeless accommodations with classic elegance – twinned with our award-winning service, we are offering the discerning traveller some of the very finest luxury accommodations in London.”
The launch of The Milestone’s new suites is complemented by the unveiling of six fully refurbished residences.