Bruno Moinard, Patrick Jouin, Sanjit Manku collaborate for Hotel Eden upgrade

As part of Dorchester Collection's ongoing investment to upgrade its properties, Hotel Eden closed to undergo a major restoration. The upgrade is expected to be completed in autumn of 2016.

Upon completion, the property will unveil 99 guestrooms and suites, and will offer a new food and drink concept with panoramic views across the Eternal City. Hotel Eden will also introduce a new urban spa with spa suites.

Interior designers Bruno Moinard of 4BI & Associates, and Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku from Jouin Manku were appointed to the project. Moinard, who previously completed the redesign of some of the public spaces at Hôtel Plaza Athénée as well as The Grill at The Dorchester in 2014, will oversee the interior decoration of the lobby, rooms and suites. Manku will restore the restaurants and bar on the sixth floor and the spa.

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Located in the heart of the Old City of Rome, Hotel Eden is near the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese.

Dorchester Collection’s portfolio currently includes The Dorchester, London; The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills; Le Meurice, Paris; Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris; Hotel Principe di Savoia, Milan; Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles; Coworth Park, Ascot, UK; 45 Park Lane, London; Le Richemond, Geneva; and Hotel Eden, Rome. 

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