Each exquisite Master Suite represents graceful style and sophistication, with a distinct character and alluring charm. Providing ample space, some are split-level, or with balconies, and most enjoy unprecedented views overlooking Kensington Palace and Gardens.
From four- poster beds to evening canapes and 24 hour butler service, a stay in a suite is a special experience, with plenty of thoughtful touches. 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.
Expect immaculate attention to detail, generous proportions and exquisite architecture in the Grand Master Suite. Beneath an ornate Tudor Rose ceiling and extraordinary glass chandelier, the beautifully designed king-size bedroom with a four poster bed and living area leads into an additional living room, distinctly inspired by the Tudor period between 1485 and 1603,with traditional rich oak panelling lining the walls. Perfect for accommodating families or entertaining friends or clients, this living space can be further extended to adjacent interconnecting rooms.
Using a colour palette of rich cream, beige and gold tones, the tastefully matching patterned wallpaper, carpets and bedspread showcase elegant Tudor style. Intricate features can be discovered on walls enriched with hanging tapestries and embroideries. With two fireplaces and comfortable, bespoke seating, a cosy ambience is achieved in a grand setting. Side views of Kensington Gardens can be admired from three large sets of light-filled windows.
Grandeur, elegance and remarkable features characterise the Regency Suite. With enviable views overlooking Kensington Palace and Gardens and an exceptional free standing copper bath tub magnificently set behind a beautiful period screen, this unique Master Suite epitomizes refined Regency style. Inspired by the era between 1811 and 1820, it celebrates the accomplishments in fine arts and architecture attributed to this period.
The colour palette embraces soft tones of sage green, grey, rich cream and a subtle combination of delicate pastels including a bold striped chaise longue and an ornate wooden four poster bed with original artwork depicting a traditional English countryside scene. With a treasure trove of original artefacts which may not be immediately apparent at first glance, the Regency Suite holds great appeal.
Grace, flair and regal sophistication embody the Prince Albert Suite. High ceilings, a private balcony and large sets of floor to ceiling windows allow streaming light to enter the corner suite from every angle. With views of Kensington Gardens and glimpses of Kensington Palace to the right from the balcony, the suite is aptly named after Prince Albert (1819 – 1861), husband of Queen Victoria. The impressive Albert Memorial is located in Kensington Gardens opposite the Royal Albert Hall.
A warm, inviting ambience is achieved through soft neutral tones of timeless beige, pale gold and understated patterns. Fresh white lilies complement dark furniture and an extravagant four poster wooden bed draped in opulent fabric takes pride of place. The suite is brimming with beautiful features including an extraordinary hanging tapestry spanning the length of an entire wall, tall gold candle stands and a feature fireplace. The spacious marble bathroom accommodates a corner bath and the largest walk-in shower in the hotel.
A spectacular split-level suite, traditionally styled with classic finesse yet modern appeal. With entry accessible from both levels, a large top floor provides the perfect entertaining space with a comfortable lounge and adjoining dining area featuring a full-size antique billiards table. Inspired by the sophistication of a gentleman’s club of a bygone era, English and South African influences marry together beautifully. Solid dark wooden furniture sits proudly amongst sumptuous fabrics and subtle leopard print carpets, with original portraits adorning the elaborate red and matte-gold patterned walls.
A sweeping staircase curves down towards the king bedroom and main bathroom, drawing your eye to the three double floor-to-ceiling windows revealing views facing Kensington Gardens. The colour palette, primarily consisting of rich red, gold and beige is echoed downstairs with a striking glass chandelier completing the look. With a sofa bed and interconnecting options, the Club Suite is ideal for families.
The magnificent front-facing views of Kensington Gardens are drawn into this sizeable split level suite through large floor-to-ceiling bay windows where traditional floral designs, shades of mint green, pink, white, mahogany and lavender create a feeling of being in a grand country manor house rather than in the heart of the city. Accessible from each floor, the lower level provides an idyllic lounge in which to relax, entertain or accommodate a third person. An antique writing desk and a Victorian button-backed sofa are positioned to make the most of the outlook.
With an air of romance and femininity, a curved staircase sweeps upstairs where cherub and floral wall fabric continues, with hanging artworks depicting Victorian interiors that reflect the inspiration behind the suite. An ornate gold light hangs from the fabric lined ceiling above a pretty bedroom, offering a delicate dressing table and elaborate mirror, an intriguing dolls house and a separate modern bathroom.