The Landmark London hotel in Marylebone has completed a multi-million pound refurbishment of its 291 rooms and selected suites.
Commencing in January 2017, the renovation has taken just over two and a half years, and was completed in time for the hotel’s 120th anniversary, and boutique design firm Alex Kravetz Design was appointed to carry out the refurbishment.
Each of the redesigned guest rooms feature new beds and furnishings, including carpets, curtains, case goods and bedside lights, and the bathrooms have also been installed with Italian marble.
The latest design builds on the hotel’s history and heritage to celebrate the iconic building. According to the hotel, the aesthetic utilises an “elegant” colour palette, old limestone floors have been renovated, the stone and oak panelling in the main lobby has been rejuvenated and walls and ceilings in the two main ballrooms were repainted to preserve the 1900 ornate architecture and reflect the hotel’s “timelessness”.
General manager Andrew Batchelor said: “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.”