The Waldorf Hilton on London’s Aldwych has unveiled 100 refurbished guest rooms as part of a £11.5 million revamp of the hotel.
The hotel says that the rooms have been brought “in line with the character and Edwardian heritage of the historic hotel”, with pastel colours and Italian leather headboards, and bathrooms featuring a “monochrome palette of white ceramic tiles with black trim and nickel fittings”.
A total of £3.4 million has been spent on the room refurbishments, which is part of a £11.5 million revamp of the hotel, including the refurbishment of the Adelphi Suite and Good Godfrey’s Bar.
For a look at new, refurbished and forthcoming hotels in London, see Capital Investment in the July / August 2012 edition of Business Traveller.
Report by Mark Caswell