From the theatrically dramatic to the intimately serene, each Junior Suite is a unique interpretation of design inspiration.
During your stay enjoy a host of thoughtful touches for an experience to treasure. Night-time canapés and 24-hour butler service are just a few of the treats on offer.
If there is a particular suite you’d like to request, please do so at the time of booking and complete the Guest Preference Form.
A beautifully appointed spacious suite, with light-filled floor-length glass doors leading onto a private terrace complete with a large Compass Rose stone table, chairs and loungers. Inspired by the French actress and singer Mistinguett (1875 – 1956), who made her debut at the Casino de Paris in 1895 and appeared in venues such as Moulin Rouge and Eldorado, this suite represents the elegance of French glitz and glamour with a playful air of sophistication.
Seamlessly blending rich colours of red, silver, grey and gold with mirrored glass, glittery pearl mosaics, sumptuous fur fabrics and unique French furnishings, the suite provides style and total comfort in equal measure. A king size bed with a rich theatrical red bedstead and walls adorned with Mistinguett sketches and original theatre posters depicting extravagant outfits continue the theme.
The Viscount Suite is as dignified as its name suggests. Stately yet comfortably contemporary, this spacious and light suite enjoys views from three large sets of windows overlooking Kensington Gardens. King Henry VI appointed the first Viscount (a title of nobility) in 1440, although today there are less than 300 Viscounts in the UK. A mixed colour palette of cream, brown and gold tones blends seamlessly with soft furnishings and artwork containing dashes of red, green, blue, yellow and subtle patterns creating a warm ambience that exudes elegance and romance.
An ornate, carved and painted four poster king size bed with draping curtains and a neutral fur throw is perfectly positioned to admire the views, with a luxurious velour chaise longue at the foot of the bed. Artwork depicting ‘At The Concert’ by Pierre Auguste Renoir 1880 hangs gracefully on the wall, reflecting nobility of past ages and sketches and drawings provide historical interest in costume and dress.
The stage is set in the bold yet tastefully designed Harlequin Suite. Inspired by 15th Century pantomime, this luxurious suite reflects the mischievous nature of the Harlequin - a comical character typically masked and dressed in a diamond patterned costume. The striking theatrical feel is affably flaunted through the predominantly black and white colour scheme of the plush carpets, bedding and abundance of unique furnishings including French diamond-quartered bedside tables.
Exuberant elements of gold and glass complement the theme, with a large gold headboard and mirrored wall behind the bed and stylish black glass chandelier suspending from the ceiling. A draping curtain reveals steps to the large ‘backstage’ dressing room, featuring high level windows and leads through to a magnificent, spacious black tiled marble bathroom.
The Buckingham Suite has a modern, spacious feel with a separate lounge and bedroom, perfect for entertaining guests. Attractive cream carpet adorned with a soft floral design comprising colours of pink, yellow, green and blue runs softly throughout and neutral fabric lined walls create a calming ambience. Boldly striped chairs of burnt orange, gold, red, green and cream tones contrast nicely with the carpets and match the bedstead in the king bedroom.
A mix of dark and light wood furniture features in the Buckingham suite, with a traditional desk in the lounge and an elegant dressing table and large mirror in the corridor leading to the bathroom. Designed for total comfort, space and quietly positioned at the rear of the hotel with windows overlooking Kensington rooftops, this suite is ideal for those who appreciate graceful simplicity and elegant touches.
With an idyllic private balcony overlooking the quiet back streets, the enchanting Princess Suite radiates charm and comfort. Enter the lounge, perfect for relaxing or entertaining, infused with luxuriant colours of red, gold, orange and cream. Sink into a sumptuous pale gold velour sofa and admire the intricate detail found in the elaborate Indian inspired wallpaper, depicting traditional scenes of royals riding upon beautifully dressed elephants and horses. Numerous artworks and ornaments complement the theme, including artworks of horses, traditional English hunting scenes and dogs. Heavy gold silk curtains screen double doors leading outside and striped fabric upholstered chairs continue the feeling of warmth and opulence.
The design flows beautifully into the separate bedroom, accommodating a striking four poster queen size bed draped in lavish rich red and gold fabrics. A corridor takes you to a quiet study area and a neutral-toned modern bathroom leads off to the side.
Step into the splendour of the Safari Suite where you will feel transported to a sumptuous setting in the heart of the wilderness. Drawing on our close connections with South Africa, the suite incorporates features you may expect to find in the most luxurious Safari camp, including a remarkable canvas canopy adorning the ceiling and a large bed draped in curtains of natural earthy tones below.
The warm colour palette consists of wonderful deep shades of green, brown, gold and orange which complements the dark wood furniture, animal print fur fabrics, exceptional original artefacts and artwork including ‘An African Elephant and Her Calf’ by renowned wildlife artist Jonathan Truss. The feeling of space in this large corner suite (which can accommodate an additional rollaway bed) is enhanced by the adjoining dressing area with woven rattan furniture and numerous windows looking out over Kensington Palace and Gardens.
This spacious suite represents Venetian style that both soothes and captivates. Beautifully designed using classic duck egg blue, delicate turquoise and warm cream hues, the colours flow softly throughout the bedroom and living areas resembling the waterways of Venice. Overlooking the conservatory, a row of four sets of windows span the entire length of the suite and are dressed with sumptuous striped and tasselled curtains, indicative of traditional Venetian style. Striking gold pelmets rest proudly above, creating a sense of grandeur and pale blue and gold coloured carpets complement the theme.
Art and culture enthusiasts will enjoy discovering the array of Venetian artwork found throughout the suite depicting traditional cityscapes, the famous Grand Canal and decorative handheld fans. Comfortable seating upholstered in exquisite Venetian velvet provides the perfect place to relax, with a traditional mirrored coffee table reflecting the region’s rich history in glassmaking of the finest kind.