Guest room refurbishment for The Arch London

George Sell By George Sell
16 September 2018 | Updated 16 September 2018

UK: The Arch London has marked its eighth anniversary by refurbishing a third of its guestrooms as part of an ongoing refurbishment project.

The newly renovated guest rooms have "a bolder more colourful look, the spaces rival some of the best designed hotel rooms in the capital". 

Four new concepts have been developed around unique feature wallpapers by Thibaut.  Striking colour palettes encompass:

Medallion Paisley: Emerald green and indigo blue, with pops of violet and white, developed around a large, paisley style flower print.
Luzon:  A chic, navy and camel scheme, based around an oriental garden print, mixed up with navy Ikat-style and animal prints and an oriental style jungle cat print.
Imperial Dragon: Tangerine and brilliant blue, formed around a flamboyant Chinese Dragon print incorporating several shades of blue, orange and beige.
Sunburst: Bright fuchsia and Yves Klein blue, based around a blousy, daisy style flower print.

Within the Grade II listed building, colour and alternative fabrics from a selection of British designers and companies - such as Nina Campbell, Matthew Williamson for Osborne & Little, Clarke & Clarke - have been added to mix and match across the guest rooms. 

The bathrooms feature walk-in showers, along with bronze and white tiling. 

Bespoke beds were installed, all of which have been fitted with Nestledown and Sleepezee mattresses that are 2000 Pocket Sprung, and are adorned with duck down duvets and pillows and high thread count linens.

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