The Landmark London has marked its 120th anniversary with the unveiling of a multi-million pound refurbishment of its bedrooms.
The five-star hotel has given 291 of its 300 bedrooms and selected suites a new look after appointing Alex Kravetz Design to carry out the redesign, which has taken just over two and a half years to complete.
Each of the redesigned bedrooms feature new beds and furnishings, including carpets, curtains, lights and Smart TVs with Sky, while bathrooms have been installed with Italian marble.
The refurbishment of the rooms complements the recent design changes to the spa, restaurants and bar, event spaces and the Atrium.
General manager Andrew Batchelor says: “We have refurbished the hotel rooms and some public areas to enhance the luxurious guest experience. The hotel remains true to its historical roots; we’ve made fine adjustments to maintain the unique identity that is key to The Landmark London brand.”
One of the oldest railway hotels in London, The Landmark London was first opened 120 years ago.