Eight new bedrooms have now been added to Georgian House Hotel, to mark the final stage of a three-year interior design refresh for the London boutique.
After an investment of £100,000, the new bedrooms take the hotel’s total up to 68, alongside the famous Wizard Chambers and Enchanted Chambers also available at the boutique near Victoria in the capital.
The refurbishment at the family-owned hotel includes both structural and decorative improvements, all of which were completed and self-funded by owner Serena von der Heyde.
She said: “Our long term plan is to reach five-star guest accommodation status, and so this move to improve quality and space is an important part of the journey.?The bespoke nature of the rooms reflects our commitment to highly personalised experiences and service.?We are making a beautiful and unique place which is in tune with the 1850s heritage, but our design is highly creative.?In every room guests will find details that catch the eye, design that inspires, something beautiful.?My vision is for a hotel where the experience of staying is an important part of the experience of London.”
As part of the upgrade, two top floor bedrooms have been combined into one large room, featuring two double beds which would be suitable for the family market. Seven more bedrooms have been restored to their former glory, with original chimney breasts uncovered.
Each room has been designed individually, retaining a sense of the building’s extensive history that dates back to 1851 as well as incorporating a contemporary design to reflect Georgian House’s attitude to its guests.