Corinthia Hotel London adds two new suite categories
The new Garden Suites at Corinthia Hotel London will be available from next month

Corinthia Hotel London adds two new suite categories

Corinthia Hotel London has launched eleven new Garden and London suites, available to book from June 11th.

These new suites are the first product enhancement at the property since its opening seven years ago. 

“We service a discerning traveller who wants something unique alongside the most up to-date technology,” says Corinthia Hotel London managing director Thomas Kochs.

“It’s about an intelligent use of space.”

He added: “We have become known for our fabulous River and Penthouse suites and seven years on from opening, we want to continue to strengthen our position and present a new product in the market.

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“We are a hotel that never stands still and continually upgrades our product to suit our guests’ evolving tastes and needs.”

The London Suite is inspired by a day in the capital; the light, fresh interior pays homage to modern living, with contemporary amenities and state-of-the-art facilities. 

Art is a key focus and featured artwork and sculptures from the Cubism era grace the 105m²dual aspect suite. 

The space has been designed with privacy in mind, and for guests wishing to entertain there are doorways to each functional space and the option of two further adjoining bedrooms.

The Garden Suite is designed with a nod to the quintessential British garden and overlooks a beautifully landscaped courtyard.

Accents of verdant green, in soft furnishings and live planting, create a tranquil setting. 

The botanical colour scheme and texture runs throughout the 67m² suite encouraging guests to relax as the doors open directly into a living area with a feature fireplace and the main seating area which sweeps around it.

Designed by G.A. Design, the new suites complement the existing suites and seven penthouses which evoke an elegant residential style, with expansive outside terraces complete with exceptional and previously unseen views across the capital.

“We created a world-class, five-star luxury hotel for the 21st century in the style of a grand English home,” explained Edward Davies, managing director of G.A. Design London. 

“We set out to create two new and unique types of suites offering contemporary amenities and state of the art facilities to attract the most discerning of client. 

“Art is a key focus of both new suite categories, with feature artwork and sculptures. 

“G.A have curated a set of artistic spaces which we plan to build over time into a full-blown art collection.”