Two new royal suites for Grosvenor House

17 June 2015 by
Two new royal suites for Grosvenor House

Royal Hyde Park suite

London's Grosvenor House hotel has launched two royal suites to join a recently restored collection of 40 suites at the five-AA-star, 496-bedroom property.

The new Royal Mayfair and Royal Hyde Park suites bring the total cost of all 42 suites to £7.4m.

Created by GA Design, the suites have introduced a contemporary British feel - with warm, neutral colours reflecting the changing seasons of nearby Hyde Park - to the luxury property, which is operated under the luxury JW Marriott brand.

Each suite costs from £5,000 per night and measures 170 sq m, with a bedroom, living room and two bathrooms. A signature scent is provided by British candle maker, Timothy Dunn.

Stuart Bowery, general manager of Grosvenor House, said: "We are excited to have completed the latest chapter of our story. Our royal suites pay homage to our fascinating past whilst acknowledging the excitement of our future with a fresh, present day relevance to suit the expectations of today's accomplished global traveller."

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