Saturday, March 5, 2016

The new suites at the Four Seasons London at Park Lane by designer Pierre Yves Rochon. And about great British style in Mayfair.

The Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane just unveiled seven new Westminster suites designed by French interior designer Pierre Yves Rochon, renowned for his work on Four Seasons George V, Paris.

The refurbished Westminster suites offer a classic yet contemporary look, balancing eclectic British sophistication with Mayfair's fashionable history. Situated on the upper floors of the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, the Westminster suites feature a living room and separate bedroom with a Juliette balcony, both offering views across the London cityscape.

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The contemporary suites feature walnut veneer panels, powder blue walls and Saville Row check. The spacious marble bathroom showcases walnut and marble cabinetry, a walk-in wardrobe perfect for longer stays in the city and an integrated television in the mirror, for travellers on the go.

The residence style bedroom has a king-size bed, leading on to a separate dressing area, offering plenty of room.


Commenting on the interior design, Pierre Yves Rochon noted, “The new design of the Westminster suites are the epitome of understated British style, reflecting the hotel's sense of destination.” 

Speaking about the new suites, Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane's General Manager John Stauss said “The stunning new light and contemporary suites offer a truly British stay in the heart of the city.”

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