New Suites for The Berkeley and Connaught

Two of the grand dames of luxury London accommodation, The Berkeley and the Connaught, have welcomed stylish suites. Designed by Hong Kong architect Andre Fu, the Berkeley’s two new penthouse suites, the Crescent Pavilion and Grand Pavilion, represent two of the largest suites in London at 2,300 square foot. Both feature expansive wrap-around terraces to create an immersive indoor-outdoor experience. With decorative finishes including stained glass, mirrored walls and a zebrano wood corridor, The Apartment is another statement two-bed suite. Designed by architect John Heah, it features an open plan living room & dining room plus two bedrooms that can be kept open or transformed into private spaces.

Over at the Connaught, there’s The Mews designed by British architect Michael Blair, a two-bedroom private townhouse presented over three levels tucked away behind a traditional mews-style entrance in Adams Row. Special features include an oversize eggpod bath and a grand piano, and there’s a secret corridor through to the Connaught for access to the hotel’s bar and restaurants, or the safe seclusion of London’s only Aman spa.


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