Fuller’s brings a touch of indulgence to boutique bedrooms

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After weeks of its doors being closed to the public, the Queen’s Head in Kingston-upon-Thames has reopened for business.

Parent company Fuller’s has given the site a thorough facelift, with a delightful new-look decor and new boutique bedrooms bringing the royal touch to the Victorian building.

The 10 new rooms are the biggest addition to the site. Indulgent touches, such as the addition of Nespresso machines and Bose Bluetooth speakers, as well as rain-dance showers and super-sized beds, are designed to provide a pull for customers looking for a boutique stay in Kingston.

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Fullers 1The Queen’s Head’s kitchen has also been improved, with the venue offering dishes packed with fresh, seasonal ingredients, prepared on site daily by real chefs.

As well as serving a wide variety of Fuller’s finest cask and craft beers, including seasonal brews and firm favourites, the bar at the Queen’s Head will feature a variety of unique house-infused gins from Sipsmith. It also offers a choice of hand-picked world wines and soft drinks.

Andrew Seymour

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