One Aldwych to reopen next month

George Sell By George Sell
17 May 2019 | Updated 17 May 2019

UK: One Aldwych in London is to reopen in June following an extensive refurbishment.

More than 20 years after it first was first opened by Gordon Campbell Gray, One Aldwych will relaunch next month after a six-month project that saw the hotel close in mid-January to carry out the works.

The hotel's bedrooms, dining room and bar have all been redesigned.

One Aldwych has 93 guest rooms and 12 suites. Guest rooms are designed by Robert Angell, whose previous projects include The Connaught, Lime Wood and The Berkeley. London-based Fabled Studio has reimagined public spaces including the entrance, reception, events space, lobby bar and Indigo restaurant.

Simon Hirst, who originally oversaw the opening of One Aldwych as general manager and is now managing director, said: "One Aldwych has always been a destination in its own right, a place to see. The building stands as an island, three-sided, a little unusual, not joined to any other buildings, a true independent landmark in London. Not only is the building dynamic, but so is Covent Garden, our home, it's changing all the time - and One Aldwych needs to reflect that:  this is a natural evolution. This latest work builds on other developments, including the recent launch of Eneko Basque Kitchen & Bar and the full gym renewal."

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