The Marylebone Hotel in London has unveiled the three new London Suites.
The new suites, large and stylish, offer views over the rooftops and chimney pots of Marylebone and Mayfair all the way to The Shard and beyond. All three feature huge terraces with retractable roofs and luxurious interiors.
The largest of the suites – The Marylebone – is 860 square feet and is decorated using a sophisticated palette of linens, wools and silks, and finished in limed American oak with polished brass detailing. The dual aspect lounge has a concealed 60” mirrored TV and a separate dining area with access to a private bar. The suite’s spectacular terrace (pictured above) expands to 430 square feet and boasts its own fireplace, outdoor TV and a bespoke retractable roof meaning that it can be used both as an interior and exterior space throughout the year depending on the weather. The Porta Romana bedside lamps and classic Julian Chichester dining table bring creativity to the suite and complement the interior fabrics while the book collection creates a sense of home.
The two other suites are named after local streets – the Wimpole and the Harley. Both have contemporary styling with rich hardwood flooring and arabascato marble as well as individually-covered 215 square foot terraces that can be merged together for families or to host private parties.
All 3 suites can interconnect via staircase and terrace.
The Marylebone is a hotel full of character and charm and comprises 257 guest rooms including 44 suites including the three new London Suites. In addition there has been a redesign of the hotel’s extensive lobby and public areas following the recent launch of 108 Brasserie – the hotel’s restaurant and bar that spills out onto Marylebone Lane.
The redesign has been undertaken to reflect the changing style of the Marylebone area, one of London’s most fashionable urban villages.