One Devonshire Gardens by Hotel du Vin has recently finalised a refurbishment, with its bedrooms reimagined and two new suites introduced.
One Devonshire Gardens by Hotel du Vin in Glasgow now boasts 49 new-look bedrooms, inspired by the vibrancy of the nearby botanical gardens and the brand’s association with wines and Champagnes.
The guest rooms have been updated with fresh colour schemes, accented by rich, seasonal colour features to add brightness.
With the hotel’s heritage in mind, the original fireplaces, original ornate cornices and mouldings, along with the windows, have all been preserved and worked into the overall design.
The style is elevated by sculptural lighting and curated mid-century and re-invented antique furniture, which come together to create an eclectic, original style.
Following the refurbishment, the hotel now boasts two Luxury Townhouse Suites – Krug and Toques & Clochers.
The Krug Suite has been reconfigured and now features a dining area (which can also serve as a meeting room) and a bathroom which comprises a free standing roll top bath and large shower.
Toques & Clochers has been upgraded to a Luxury Townhouse Suite, and now has the potential to be either a one or two bedroom suite.
The project was spearheaded by Hotel du Vin’s Group development director Jonathan Livesey, supported by well-known interior design business Anita Rosato Interior Design.
One Devonshire Gardens by Hotel du Vin is made up of five grand 19th century Grade B listed houses connected on the ground floor and first floors.
Guus Bakker, CEO EMEA Frasers Hospitality commented: “One Devonshire Gardens is a truly unique hotel which brings centuries of heritage together with today’s modern life, and I’m delighted that the guestrooms reflect this. The final result is 49 beautiful spaces which marry together the old and the new, creating a warm space which is not only steeped in history but is also functional for today’s traveller. We’re delighted with the result and can’t wait for Hotel du Vin’s guests to relax and enjoy these lovely spaces.”