The Beaumont in Mayfair prepares for its Autumn opening
London's newest hotel now taking reservations
Originally a 1920s building that was intended to house motorcars, has now been transformed it into an elegant space of luxury and art deco interiors.
In collaboration with internationally renowned hotel designers Richmond International, and ReardonSmith Architects and Grosvenor, The Beaumont was inspired by period architecture, with its lobby and reception decorated in a traditional checked floor of black granite and gold travertine.
Richmond International's principal Fiona Thompson said, "We felt it was important to create an environment with a level of indulgence and richness of culture that would speak to any visitor. We have used a rich palette of colours and materials, geometric shapes and elegant, timeless pieces to capture the luxurious glamour and exuberance of the art deco era."
The new hotel will also feature a 100-seat Colony Grill Room restaurant and American Bar, which is set to create the social scene for guests. Hotel guests will also have their own exclusive lounge space called The Cub Room.
All of the 73 rooms will feature art deco-style furniture such as polished rosewood wardrobes, bronze mirrors, chairs upholstered in rich velvet and wool carpets decorated in geometric designs.
The hotel also includes a boardroom, a gym and black-and-white-marble Hamman and Spa, two treatment rooms and a relaxation area.
The Beaumont is now taking online reservations from October 9th onwards.