World renowned restauranteurs, Chris Corbin and Jeremy King have made their first move into the hotel business with the soon to be equally as renowned, Beaumont Hotel.
Known for their elegant eateries such as The Ivy and The Wolseley, the duo know a thing or two about hospitality and The Beaumont is certainly no exception.
Located in London’s prestigious Mayfair, The Beaumont offers the authenticity of a traditional Grade II listed building, originally built in 1926 by architects Wimperis & Simpson and updated by ReardonSmith Architects and interiors firm Richmond International.
Artist, Anthony Gormley is also on board having created a truly spectacular sculpture based on the artists own body carefully placed down the side of the hotels exterior.
The hotel is very much a trip back in time to the opulence and grandeur of the 1920’s.
Wood panelling and brass alongside gold detailing give a warm and intimate feel that continues throughout the hotel.
The rooms stay in line with the traditional feel of the communal areas with quirky vintage touches such as an updated version of the rotary dial phone.
While the white marble bathrooms offer a sense of sophistication and grandeur to the rooms.
For bookings and further details visit TheBeaumont.com.