The Marylebone hotel will unveil three new signature suites and redesigned public areas in May.
The London Suites feature large terraces with retractable roofs, allowing them to be used as either outdoor or indoor spaces, depending on the time of year.
The largest, The Marylebone, is 80 sqm and contains a concealed 60-inch mirrored television and a separate dining area with access to a private bar, while its terrace has its own fireplace and outdoor TV.
Above and below: The Marylebone suite
The two other suites, The Wimpole and The Harley, are named after local streets. Both will have hardwood flooring and arabascato marble and 20 sqm terraces that can be combined.
All three suites can interconnect via a staircase and terrace, the hotel said.
London Suites guests will have in-room registration and a point of contact available 24 hours a day. Food and drink in the fridge are complimentary, as is a bottle of Champagne on arrival and a choice of newspaper each day.
The hotel is also redesigning its lobby and public areas, following the recent launch of 108 Brasserie, which, along with 108 Pantry, has been redecorated “to reflect the changing style of the Marleybone area.
The 257-room Marylebone hotel is part of the Doyle Collection, which has two other properties in the capital, the Kensington and the Bloomsbury. A 2010 review of the latter can be read here.