Timed perfectly to coincide its 120th anniversary celebrations, The Landmark London has unveiled the results of its two-year, multi-million pound refurbishment.
Led by Alex Kravetz Design, 291 of the hotel’s rooms and selected suites have been redesigned. Each features new beds and furnishings, carpets, curtains, case goods and bedside lights.
The bathrooms have also been installed with Italian marble, in keeping with the property’s classic style and grandeur.
The refurbishment of the guest accommodation comes after recent design changes to the spa, restaurants, bar, event spaces and atrium.
“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,” explains general manager, Andrew Batchelor.