Sheraton Grand London Park Lane returns to lead London hospitality

Sheraton Grand London Park Lane returns to lead London hospitality Doina Ciobanu attends the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane launch party

London’s Bright Young Things were out in force last night as the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane celebrated its new look following a multi-million pound renovation.

Marking the start of an exciting new chapter in its 90-year history, the Mayfair icon entertained VIPs and guests with live acts in the hotel’s renowned art deco ballroom, British-inspired cocktails and canapés in the new Smith & Whistle bar and show-cooking stations in the hotel’s Italian restaurant, Mercante.

Live music from three different acts kept guests dancing the night away in the hotel’s famed Palm Court.

Sheraton Grand London Park Lane has recently been welcomed to the brand’s premier tier of hotels, recognised for their enticing destinations, distinguished designs and excellence in service and guest experiences.

Having originally opened in 1927 at the height of the “Roaring Twenties,” the 303-room Sheraton Grand London Park Lane has undergone a complete transformation of its guest rooms and public spaces, combining the modern touches of a luxury hotel with careful restoration to retain the original elegance and Art Deco glamour of this historic property.

VIP names in attendance at the relaunch included James Norton, Kara Tointon, Jack Whitehall, Olivia Grant wearing Ralph Lauren, Sai Bennett, and Will Poulter. 

Take a look below for images of the event:

Vanessa White and Ella Eyre attend the Sheraton Grand party last night


Valerie Van De Graaf helps the hotel celebrate its relaunch


Vanessa White, Ella Eyre, Gethin Anthony, Will Poulter and Roxi Nafousi light up the party


James Norton brings a touch of glamour to the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane launch party


Sai Bennett arrives at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane launch party