Two deluxe double-storey suites have been unveiled at the family-owned Foxhills Club and Resort in Surrey, completing the hotel’s two-year £1.7m refurbishment programme.
The new suites are over 200 sq mtres in size and set within the resort’s 400 acres, close to the spa and golf course.
They have been styled by interior designers Parker Liddell, who have taken inspiration from Foxhills’ surroundings to create the new look.
Both suites have been individually designed, with one decorated in a soft grey and deep blue, while the other in olive green and taupe.
The majority of the furniture has been sourced in Britain and made bespoke, including the wooden dining table and drinks bar.
Up the stairs is the bedroom, where a super-king Hypnos bed is situated in a room adorned with mirrors and pictures supplied by Quintessa Art in north London.
The bathroom features a freestanding stone bath.
The two new suites will add to Foxhills’ 70 bedrooms and aim to attract a new level of customer to the resort, that is also home to The Manor Restaurant, tennis courts, swimming pool, golf course and health spa.
Foxhills’ general manager, Jason Adams commented: “Our new Deluxe Suites are a fitting enhancement to our 70 well-appointed bedrooms, taking the standard of accommodation to yet another level. We expect them to be particularly popular with couples celebrating a special occasion or enjoying a luxurious golf or spa break.”