The Lalit London is to open its doors tomorrow, following a £50m transformation under its Indian hotel brand, The Lalit Suri Hospitality Group ownership. The property has been transformed from a former grammar school, that dates back more than 180 years. The original wood panel walls have been preserved, as well as striking design features such as the stone alcove, shown here in the new sitting room. The dining room has been transformed from the old assembly hall, retaining its magnificently high ceilings, balcony and windows. The main Indian-themed restaurant is called Baluchi and will offer a range of dishes, including a fantastic wine and 'naan' menu. The chandeliers in the dining room have each been hand made and blown in India, with each one taking two days to erect. The hotel is home to 70 bedrooms, each aptly named 'classrooms' in a nod to the hotel's heritage and history. The biggest suite in the building is the 'headmasters' suite', home to 3 separate bedrooms - designed to host a family and their butler Each bedroom comes with a cuddly elephant, the brand's mascot. Design touches around the property pay homage to the Suri Group's Indian's culture, including a number of stars. The bedrooms come in a three tiers and will be priced accordingly based on the season and time. The hotel is also home to a Rejuve spa, with four treatment rooms and a gym, which has been built underground, below the hotel. Treatments are designed to encompass holistic, ayurvedic, herbal and natural therapy. The Lalit London's bar is stunning, with a really luxury feel. The walls are adorned with images depicting the building's past as a grammar school.