Stapleford Park unveils new look inspired by ‘Claridges in the countryside’


Stapleford Park, the luxury four-star hotel in Leicestershire, has unveiled the competition of its refurbishment project, described as ‘a touch of Claridge’s in the countryside’.

All public rooms with the property have been upgraded, with all the work undertaken by interior designers Russell Sage Studio, whose counts The Goring and the Savoy Grill as past clients.

The refurbishment work has focused on revamping the Grinling Gibbons Room, The Drawing Room and The Library, with particular attention drawn to the Grinling Gibbons Rooms, which has been given a facelift to display a spattering of gold against the pink hues of the room.

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Angelina Chua, general manager at Stapleford Park explained more about the ideas behind the project: “The refurbishments blend a range of contemporary flavours in the hope of continuing the traditional Stapleford Park history, which has been developed over 500 years of antiquity. The rituals of English afternoon tea feature prominently, with elements of a time when trips to the sprawling tea plantations and bustling port cities in Singapore and Shanghai were popular among high society.

The upgrade of the rooms is part of our ongoing commitment to maintain a sense of continuity and history at Stapleford Park.”

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