Flemings Mayfair invests £2m in revamp project

20 February 2014 by
Flemings Mayfair invests £2m in revamp project

Four-star boutique hotel Flemings Mayfair has revealed plans to invest £2m in a comprehensive refurbishment programme.

Work has already commenced on the £1m first phase of the project at the property, originally converted from six Georgian townhouses, which will see the unveiling of six newly refurbished suites and apartments in April, including the penthouse and roof terrace.

Hospitality consultancy Suna Interior Design has designed the one, two and three-bedroom suites and apartments, with each given its own individual theme.

Oliver J.Q. Brown, Flemings Mayfair general manager, commented: "Already renowned for our quality, boutique offering and exceptional service, the £2million investment will elevate Flemings Mayfair to new levels."

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