Jumeirah Carlton Tower has completed an exciting room refurbishment, revamping over a hundred of its rooms to a new level of luxury in collaboration with bespoke interior designer, Lynne Hunt London.
The renovation has also created The Tower Rooms, a new room type which offers picturesque views of the London skyline from their location on floors 9 to 17.
The room design utilises modern furniture and state-of-the-art technology to enhance guest comfort and give a greater feeling of space. New television and entertainment systems have been installed.
COCO-MAT beds, made from natural fibres, have been sourced to guarantee a comfortable night’s sleep. COCO-MAT is one of the world leaders in natural sleep products with mattresses that consist of multiple layers of natural materials providing optimal, elastic support without the use of metal springs.
The in-room entertainment system has been completely upgraded and now includes Loewe Connect 40-inch LED televisions. Integrated with the iBahn Platform service, the televisions combine a high-definition viewing experience with a full range of information services to greatly enhance the in-room guest experience. Using the newly installed Tele-Adapt system, iPods, MP3s and phones can easily connect to the entertainment system via Bluetooth or wireless. Complimentary WiFi is also available throughout the hotel for guests.
Responding to customer feedback, the five-star luxury hotel has also included electrical outlets on both sides of the bed and espresso machines in the rooms. Sleeker furnishings and striking key pieces, such as stunning glass desks with glass drawers, have been fitted.
The refurbishment at Jumeirah Carlton Tower fuses five-star sophistication with comfort, to provide unrivalled quality. Rooms are now available, with full completion scheduled for mid-May 2012.