RPW Design heads London Marriott Hotel Park Lane renovation

London Marriott Hotel Park Lane is set to complete an extensive renovation in June 2015. Housed within a Grade II listed property, London Marriott Hotel Park Lane will – when completed – offer views over Hyde Park, guestroom accommodation and public areas.

The interiors of London Marriott Hotel Park Lane are currently undergoing a complete transformation. RPW Design is responsible for the plans that extend to all 152 bedrooms, the introduction of five new suites and a redesign of the lobby, executive lounge and meeting rooms.

The new layout of rooms will include entrance lobbies and will be decorated in shades of white, dove grey and lavender. Materials such as leather, silk, solid wood and bookmatched marble will be used throughout.

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According to RPW Design’s managing director Jan Wilson, the design's aim is to bring out the English Heritage of the Francis Verity designed historic building by extending its intimate feel and residential character into the hotel’s interior.

Attention to detail of the hotel’s interior will be matched with British touches. A collection of British artwork will be included throughout the hotel, and Royal Warrant holder suppliers include Edward Goodyear handpicked wild flowers and Floris bathroom amenities.

There will be a new signature arrival and bespoke personal service. New technology will be offered with Apple products throughout, Bluetooth LCD screen TVs and mobile check-in.

The transformation of the interiors follows the opening of Lanes of London restaurant at the hotel in January 2014. The club offers a retreat, complete with steam room, gym equipment and the only pool on Park Lane. Plans for renovations of The Club are set to be announced.

Established in 1988, RPW Design's portfolio includes The Royal Suite at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, London; The Infinity Suite at The Langham Hotel, London; and Hotel Okura, Amsterdam.

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