FIRST LOOK: Newly-rebranded Bingham Riverhouse opens its doors


The Bingham Riverhouse has now unveiled its new look after a rebrand spearheaded by its owners.

Formerly The Bingham, the boutique hotel in London has been given a full refurbishment by interior designer Nicola Harding to boast more of a ‘private members’ club’ feel.

Each of the hotel’s 15 bedrooms have been transformed, alongside the dining rooms and bar, based on a colour palette of pale pastels and jewel tones.

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The Riverhouse menu has also been revived under the direction of head chef Andrew Cole.

Originally built as two Georgian houses, the property was bought in 1984 by the Trinder family.

Mother and daughter, Ruth and Samatha Trinder, run the business today.  

Samantha adds: “I grew up in what was my parents B&B in the eighties and in the noughties I was lucky enough to be given a free rein by my mother, a formidable Kenyan business woman, to transform it into Richmond’s first boutique hotel. As my journey has unfolded, I’m inspired to reconnect the Bingham with its history, to be a place for all to be themselves.”

General Manager Erick Kervaon adds ”We are so excited to finally open the doors to this new chapter and introduce the Riverhouse; we want each guest to feel at home and part of this amazing journey from they moment they arrive.”

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Zoe Monk

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