Flemings Mayfair unveils new bedrooms as part of £14m refurb


Flemings Mayfair has unveiled the first instalment of its new-look bedrooms as part of an extensive £14m refurbishment at the luxury boutique hotel.

Each of the bedrooms at the family-owned historic boutique has seen an investment of £85,000 to be transformed into a 1930’s inspired glamourous and luxurious haven for guests.

Each bedroom, suite and apartment comes complete with a Mattison bed, Chiswick linen, Nespresso coffee machines and complimentary WiFi. Some of the suites also boast their own private gin ‘honesty’ bar, which offers five gins for self-serve tipples.

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Interior design company Tully Filmer was tasked with the job of creating the stylish new look and used a colour palette of bronze and soft greys teamed with period features and bespoke furniture to complete each bedroom.

Some ground floor rooms also now benefit from outside space in the form of landscaped patios.

The hotel has a strong partnership with celebrity photographer Dr. Andy Gotts who has photographed some top names, including Harrison Ford, Hugh Grant and Gary Barlow, at Flemings. The pictures now adorn the walls of the bedrooms, suites and apartments.

Flemings Mayfair now also offers a selection of refurbished one, two and three-bedroom apartments with private entrances on Clarges Street away from the main reception.

The completion of the bedrooms is the second phase of the hotel’s £14m makeover to be finished. It follows the transformation follows the new Drawing Room tea room and small bar. The next stage will see Michelin-starred chef Shaun Rankin open a new restaurant and bar at the hotel in Spring 2016.