London’s Corinthia Hotel has unveiled its first product enhancements since the property opened in Whitehall in 2011.
Each of the 11 new suites have been created by combining two rooms into one larger suite, and are split across two categories – London and Garden – and add to the existing River and Penthouse Suite options.
The 105sqm London Suite has been inspired by “a day in the capital”, and features light, fresh interiors, with artwork and sculptures from the Cubism era.
Meanwhile the 67sqm Garden Suite has been designed “with a nod to the quintessential British garden”, featuring a botanical colour scheme, live planting, fireplace and views onto a landscaped courtyard.
Both suite categories offer a separate living room, marble bathroom with underfloor heating, and personal butler service.
Commenting on the work Edward Davies, Managing Director of GA Design London, the company behind the new suites, said.
“We set out to create two new and unique types of suites offering contemporary amenities and state of the art facilities to attract the most discerning of client.
“Art is a key focus of both new suite categories, with feature artwork and sculptures. GA have curated a set of artistic spaces which we plan to build over time into a full-blown art collection.”
Rates start from £1,140 per night for the Garden Suites, and £2,160 for the London Suites.