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London Hilton Park Lane launches latest luxury suite

London Hilton Park Lane launches latest luxury suite

The Penthouse suite on the 26th floor of London Hilton on Park Lane has undergone a £500,000 refurbishment. 

Interior designer, Lynne Hunt, was tasked with revamping the luxurious Penthouse Suite that includes a double master bedroom, a dining room for eight people, a lounge with views over Hyde Park, a state-of-the-art bathroom and very spacious connecting room, which turns into a top end two bedroom suite.

To complete the upgrade, the London Hilton on Park Lane is also introducing an optional butler service available to guests staying in the Penthouse Suite.

The contemporary suite has many stylish and unique features, such as a bespoke light feature and an electric flame fire in the living room.

The master bathroom boasts a TV in the mirror, as well as a Jacuzzi bath and steam shower. But, one of the real highlights is the unrivalled views over Hyde Park, Mayfair and Buckingham Palace from the comfort of a private balcony.

Michael Shepherd, general manager, said: “2011 is an exciting year for the hotel.

“Our luxurious Penthouse Suite has been completely transformed into a cosmopolitan, high-tech abode. 

“This refurbishment will be a fantastic boost to our existing offering and considerably enhances the guest experience. 

“The rejuvenated suite sees a combination of East meets West in this traditional, yet highly functional suite.”

Starting at around £2800 a night, the suite has already proved to be extremely popular amongst Middle Eastern, Chinese, British and American guests.

In addition, the entire 27th Presidential Floor, including the impressive Presidential Suite, has also recently been revamped in a quintessentially English style.

Each suite is uniquely distinguished by lavish furnishings and décor making them ideal for anyone looking to impress.

Each of the five suites on the 27th floor features a connecting room, with the Presidential Suite offering an optional butler service.

The renovations are part of an ongoing refurbishment plan that has seen a multi-million pound investment into the property over the past two years.


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