London Icon Reopens

Now part of the Oetker Collection, one of London’s most iconic hotels, The Lanesborough, is scheduled to reopen it doors on July 1. In late 2013 the hotel, which is located in the heart of Knightsbridge, was closed to undergo an extensive renovation project that extended to all areas of the hotels, at the hands of renowned interior design studio Alberto Pinto, and has been restored to its Regency-era glory.

The Lanesborough boasts 93 guest rooms in total, including 43 suites, which are the epitome of elegance, decked out as they are in the style of a grand London residence. Each room here features high-tech luxury and exceptional comfort, including a separate entrance foyer, a writing desk, a seating area, and an Italian marble bathroom. Guests control room conditions and the integrated entertainment systems through in-room tablets.  The hotel’s top choice, the sprawling Royal Suite, features seven bedrooms.

Célest, The Lanesborough’s elegant restaurant, features a new Regency-style design persona in keeping with the rest of the hotel, and is helmed by Florian Favario, protégé of three Michelin star chef and Le Bristol Paris’ culinary head, Eric Frechon.

Guests will also be able to enjoy the Garden Room, a glamorous cigar lounge, and superior mixology at the Library Bar. The Lanesborough will also offer seven private dining rooms.

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