The Lanesborough Hotel
Following The Lanesborough’s closure in December 2013, the hotel was taken back to its shell and meticulously transformed by Alberto Pinto, the world renowned interior design studio.
The 5-star luxury retreat re-opened t’s doors last summer and and is currently London’s most expensive hotel.
The renovation honours the building’s architectural heritage as one of London’s most revered Regency landmarks.
Guest room accommodations are the epitome of elegance, reminiscent of a grand residence, with The Royal Suite reinstated as the hotel’s largest suite complete with seven bedrooms.
It embodies the signature style that has become synonymous with
The Lanesborough, whilst incorporating the latest in contemporary luxury and technological innovations.
Alberto Pinto designed the guest rooms being grouped into five design schemes, reflecting the Regency period, with each group consisting of three rich jewel colour ways to create warmth, harmony and comfort.
CÉLESTE: The Lanesborough’s new French inspired restaurant from the renowned chef’s behind Le Bristol’d three-michelin starred epicure
Within Céleste, 250 different mouldings were created to achieve the historic scene in bas-relief that surrounds the frise under the sky dome.
English crystal chandeliers illuminate the delicate detailing, with the largest weighing 200kg and stretching two metres wide.
14 different types of bed canopies hang within the rooms, with over 3 million hand stitches and bespoke tailoring using the highest quality fabrics.
The Royal Suite has been reinstated as The Lanesborough’s largest suite, extending across 4800 square feet (45o square metres), its seven bedrooms and bathrooms, two living rooms and dining room exude exquisite taste, impeccable British craftsmanship and attention to period detail.
Oh this looks fabulous, on the bucket list.