If you have a special occasion coming up and fancy a staycation, then London could offer a good solution. There are plenty of restaurants and bars open and with the streets much quieter than usual, it’s a great time to visit.
Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane has unveiled its new Hyde Park Suite in celebration of its 50th anniversary, alongside newly refurbished rooms.
Designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the stylish Hyde Park Suite located on the 9th floor offers panoramic views of iconic Hyde Park. Created with the modern traveller in mind, the suite features a spacious open-plan living and dining area to create a contemporary residential feel, offering the ideal setting for entertaining and relaxing.
Key design elements include a luxurious master bathroom with opulent free-standing bath, and a striking guest bathroom framed by a statement print inspired by the scenic location and nature. The Hyde Park Suite also boasts the unique Glass Lounge, a new and exclusive room feature for Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane. The secluded relaxation area with floor-to-ceiling windows is the perfect tranquil space to take in the impressive views, showcasing London by day and night.
Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane also announces the launch of re-modelled Superior and Deluxe Rooms in partnership with British designer Tara Bernerd & Partners. The new rooms showcase re-configured bedroom layouts to optimise floorplans, providing valuable extra storage space for guests. Each room displays Bernerd’s signature handsome style of approachable luxury with an industrial edge and timeless elegance. The Hotel’s prestigious location situated between three of London’s Royal Parks was an immediate source of inspiration for Belgravia-based Tara Bernerd & Partners, with hints of green incorporated into the classic colour palette to add a modern edge.
The multifunctional rooms include compact lounge chairs, while table dimensions are increased to create more space for in-room dining. Moreover, each room features a state-of-the-art Wallpaper TV by LG, and carpet by British company Brintons. The company holds a Royal Warrant Holders Association awarded by the Queen, and continues to supply carpets and designs for a range of projects for Her Majesty The Queen including Buckingham Palace and other Royal Households.
The Four Seasons is one of my favourite places for an outdoor drink and it is walking distance to so many great places to eat and drink.