The historic Kensington Rooms Hotel in London is to undergo a £10m renovation project, headed up by high-end architecture firm Wolff Architects.
The 41,000 sq ft luxury hotel in Kensington and Chelsea is an amalgamation of four 19th century townhouses and sits in the Borough’s Courtfield Conservation Area, an area well-known for the pedigree of its Victorian terraced houses.
The project will see Wolff Architects complete refurbish the property internally, including the hotel’s 88 boutique bedrooms, working with interiors by Imperial Design. The project win for Wolff is the firm’s 11th in the hotel and leisure industry this year.
Commenting on the news, Andy Goodchild, Director of Wolff Architects, said “The Kensington Rooms Hotel is a fantastic space with a wealth of potential. We look forward to using our knowledge and skill-set to deliver a high standard renovation that is innovative and fully surpasses our client’s expectations. We are particularly delighted to be involved in this project because of its setting in the Courtfield Conservation Area – one of the most elegant locations in the borough. As such, our plans for the building will pay tribute to the rich character of a neighbourhood reknowned for its formal terraces and mature gardens.”