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Belgraves Hotel in London, England

February 6, 2012 by

London Belgraves combines conventional British hospitality with an American bohemian attitude. Thompson Hotels’ premier transatlantic addition Belgraves understands the Thompson Hotels luxury practice in London.

Thompson Hotels’ leading transatlantic addition, Belgraves, is situated in Central London’s prosperous Belgravia neighborhood, just minutes from internationally celebrated shops, sites, and the bustling Sloane Square. This hotel brings an on-going imaginative development in design, dining, and art that is at present creating the “new Britannia.”

The property has daring interior architecture and design by acclaimed British designer, Tara Bernerd, and architectural design by EPR Architects. This 85-room hotel includes an 80-seat restaurant, an intimate library bar, and a fitness center, coming together to offer a beckoning refuge in the heart of the city. The stylish and diverse lobby is set to become a second home for both hotel guests and London’s glitterati alike.

The hotel features six room styles: Studio Suite, Double Premium, King Premium, King Deluxe, King Superior, and Penthouse.

Studio Suite comes with a king bed with custom-made 400 thread count SFERRA linens, marble bathroom with marble floors featuring walk in shower and soaking Japanese bathtub, oversized terrycloth robes by SFERRA, bathroom amenities by Penhaligon’s, pull out sofa with full size bed, and LCD flat screen TV, and iHome docking station.

Double Premium features 2 full size beds with custom-made 400 thread count SFERRA linens, marble bathroom with marble floors, oversized terrycloth robes by Sferra, bathroom amenities by Penhaligon’s, LCD flat-screen TV, and iHome docking station.

King Deluxe has king bed with custom-made 400 thread count SFERRA linens, white and grey marble bathrooms with marble floors, guest choice of bathtub or walk in shower, oversized terrycloth robes by Sferra, bathroom amenities by Penhaligon’s, LCD flat-screen TV, and iHome docking station.

King Superior comes complete king bed with custom-made 400 thread count SFERRA linens, white and grey marble bathrooms with marble floors featuring walk in shower, oversized terrycloth robes by Sferra, bathroom amenities by Penhaligon’s, LCD flat-screen TV, and iHome docking station.

London Belgraves’s Penthouse has king bed with custom-made 400 thread count SFERRA linens, marble bathroom with mosaic floors and separate shower and soaking tub, oversized terrycloth robes by SFERRA, bathroom amenities by Penhaligon’s, separate guest bathroom, separate living room area and wet bar, oversize outdoor terrace off the bedroom, working fire place, second bedroom featuring pull out sofa with king bed, LCD flat screen TV, and iPod docking station.

London Belgraves also features: Wi-Fi access, outdoor terrace with retractable roof, 24 hour in-room dining, state–of-the-art fitness center, restaurant, and lounge/bar.

The hotel restaurant, HIX Belgravia, is a place guests will find all the hallmarks of Mark Hix’s method to dining; fervently sourced ingredients, prepared and cooked purely.

Positioned on the mezzanine is Mark’s Bar, paying reverence to the award- winning Mark’s Bar at HIX in Soho and one of London’s most renowned cocktail lists designed by the celebrated Nick Strangeway. The bar also has a chic smoking garden with a large cigar menu.



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