The Bonham reveals refurbished guest rooms

George Sell By George Sell
1 week ago | Updated 1 week ago

UK: The Bonham Hotel in Edinburgh has unveiled 49 refurbished guest rooms and suites as part of a multi-million pound investment.

The interior design was led by leading London- and Dublin-based interior designer Nigel Howard, who has converted the areas in keeping with the hotel's Georgian architectural heritage.

"It's always satisfying to work on a period property where you can breathe new life into its interiors through sophisticated design while maintaining all the elements of the building that should be celebrated," said Howard. "Our brief was to design luxury guest rooms that complimented the history of the building yet provided for modern hotel living. Getting the balance between new and old was the key to achieving a successful outcome."

Douglas Campbell, general manager of The Bonham, said: "This is a new chapter for the hotel and one which we are all very excited to be part of. The Bonham has claimed the hearts of so many of our guests who return time and time again and this multi-million pound refurbishment has seen our already stunning hotel, transformed into a truly sophisticated property. We are committed to offering our guests a truly one-of-a-kind experience and look forward to welcoming our regular visitors and new guests near and far to experience a taste of elegance here at The Bonham."

The hotel restaurant and Consulting Bar will also undergo refurbishment over the course of this year.

The Bonham was bought by a US investor group, led by fund manager Richard Driehaus, in June 2017.

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