Bird Hospitality has announced a new identity for The Royal Park hotel in London. The property will now be known as Roseate House.
Acquired by the Bird Group in 2011, the hotel has undergone extensive refurbishment. The luxury boutique hotel consists of three mid-19th century restored townhouses. The decor of the property is vintage with antique furniture, oil paintings and roaring fires.
The property offers 48 rooms and suites featuring period furniture, silk upholstery, hand made beds with original antique oil paintings and limestone bathrooms.
Accommodation is categorised as Executive Double rooms, Executive Twin rooms and Classic Double rooms, Deluxe Poster suites and Poster suites.
Located in central London near Hyde Park, the hotel is well connected to various business districts, Kensington Palace, Oxford Street, Royal Albert Hall and Portobello Road.
Their in-house restaurant – The Hyde – is an intimate venue that recreates traditional British dining. The Hyde Bar offers signature cocktails. Its afternoon tea that’s accompanied with a variety of sandwiches, scones, jams and cakes.
Roseate hotels and Resorts currently owns five niche hotels in the UK and across India with properties in Rishikesh, Jaipur and Goa under development.