Royal Lancaster London to debut £80 million renovation

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
07 November 2017 | Updated 07 November 2017

UK: Royal Lancaster to unveil extensive renovation

The Royal Lancaster London is set to unveil its new design following an £80 million renovation.

The concept and design was led by London-based designers Studio Proof. The front of the hotel has been remodelled, now featuring a 8-metre high glazed façade revealing an impressive double-height reception space. The showpiece of the lobby is a palatial sweeping staircase made of 300 square meters of white Carrara marble which wraps around to the first floor.

The remodelled hotel also features the elegant Hyde Lobby Bar, where Champagne, cocktails, coffee and light cuisine will be served throughout the day.

There is also a new reception area for the hotel's expansive Nine King's banqueting suite, with a double-height walkway from the front door right through into the Nine King's lobby. The reception has been designed in the same contemporary style as the main lobby.

The hotel has reinstated its original name 'Royal Lancaster London' in time for the hotel's 50th Anniversary.

The hotel will reopen tomorrow.

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