The Arch London has unveiled a refurbishment of a third of its 82 bedrooms, as part of an ongoing upgrade project.
The hotel, which marks its 8th anniversary this year, is owned and operated by AB Hotels, headed up by Rafi Bejerano and family.
The newly-renovated guestrooms now boast a ‘bolder and more colourful look’ with four new design concepts introduced and developed around feature wallpapers by Thibaut.
The new colour palettes comprise medallion paisley; emerald green and indigo blue; Luzon; imperial dragon and sunburst.
Within the Grade II listed building, pops of strong colour and alternative fabrics from a selection of British designers and companies – such as Nina Campbell, Matthew Williamson for Osborne & Little, Clarke & Clarke – have been added to mix and match across the guestrooms.
The bathrooms feature walk-in showers, along with bronze and white tiling, while additional lighting has been placed around the mirrors.
New bespoke beds have been installed with Nestledown and Sleepezee mattresses that are 2000 pocket sprung.
In addition, the designers selected new wall lights for the bed-heads and bathrooms, with Paul Smith Anglepoise lamps were used in all the bedrooms for desk lighting.
A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and Pride of Britain, the Arch London is home to 82 bedrooms including 11 suites spread over six floors and the Hunter 486 restaurant.
The hotel is operated alongside Sopwell House in St Albans.