Haymarket Hotel unveils its fresh look following Kit Kemp redesign

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Central London’s Haymarket Hotel has been given a stylish makeover by  Kit Kemp, co-owner and design director of Firmdale Hotels.

The property spans four floors in a landmark building designed by John Nash, whose work includes Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square.

The Townhouse interiors have been transformed in a colourful and contemporary English style. Stepping through the front door, guests are welcomed by a spacious hallway lined with Manuel Canovas wallpaper depicting the rooftops and windows of houses and the architectural detailing.

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The ground floor is occupied by a spacious light-filled, fully equipped kitchen and dining room set for eight people, the centrepiece a large marble fireplace.

Upstairs on the first floor, the drawing room has been designed with blues and reds including Soane fabric curtains, chairs in C&C Milano and a Chesterfield sofa in Vaughn fabric with red inside-out stitching detail.

The bedrooms have been individually designed with a luxurious finish and the top floor bedroom stands out with its open beams and floor-length shutters.

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