Cameron House, the five-AA-star, 136-bedroom hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond, West Dunbartonshire, has completed the final phase of a £4m refurbishment with the unveiling of its new-look bedrooms and suites.
The rooms, which were inspired by the hotel's locality, have been created by Greyline Design and feature a contemporary nod to tartan and paisley, combined with copper, bronze and antique brass fittings.
Handmade leather sleigh beds by Paton Developments sit alongside fabrics from Osborne & Little, bespoke carpets by Gravity Flooring and upholstery from Zoffany.
Andy Roger, resort director, said: "We hope guests will agree the new-look bedrooms complement the investment made throughout the resort, ensuring we continue to deliver a truly luxurious experience that offers guests only the best standards and showcases our hotel and its stunning location."
The year-long refurbishment of the hotel has included a revamp of all the public areas, including the Cameron Grill and the Michelin-starred Martin Wishart on Loch Lomond restaurant, alongside the addition of the Great Scots Bar Terrace.
Cameron House was acquired by American private equity firm KSL Capital Partners for £70m in November 2015.
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