GA Design International designs Grosvenor House’s new Executive Lounge

Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel opened its new and exclusive Executive Lounge following a $2.2-million investment. The refurbishment moved the lounge from the seventh floor to the ground floor of the hotel, and it is three times larger in size at over 340 square meters (3,660 square feet).

According to Stuart Bowery, GM of the hotel, the Executive Lounge forms part of a $11.3-million investment this year, with the first set of newly refurbished suites returning to inventory next month, and further suites, plus two Royal Suites, opening in October.

A flexible space with a variety of zones, a media wall is visible on entry to the Executive Lounge. The design from GA Design International was inspired by the heritage of Grosvenor House and the proximity of Hyde Park.

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Open daily, check in and check out is available in the Executive Lounge, as well as private shower and changing facilities. Additional services including Wi-Fi connectivity, iPads, wireless printing and luggage storage.

An open plan kitchen with home-style food and beverage options is open to guests. A ‘Grab-and-Go’ station is also on hand.

All photos from Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel

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