Introducing Belgraves London – Thompson Hotel’s newest addition oozes design and sophistication

Over the past few months there have been a lot of new hotels opening in London, many of which have really made an impression on me.  None more so that Belgraves, a Thompson Hotel.  If you get the chance to visit this hotel then I can thoroughly recommend it – everything has been designed meticulously and the end result is a stunning boutique feeling hotel that you would never want to leave.  Take a look at the photos.

As you can see, the design of this hotel is key to the style and feeling of the hotel – upmarket, relaxed, sophisticated yet stylish, chic and boutique.  Belgraves is located in Central London’s affluent Belgravia neighborhood, nestled in amongst the trendy designer shops and Sloane Square.

“Blending traditional British hospitality with an American bohemian attitude, Belgraves interprets the Thompson luxury experience in London joining an on-going creative movement in design, dining, and art that is currently forging the ‘new Britannia.’ The property features bold interior architecture and design by acclaimed British designer, Tara Bernerd, and architectural design by EPR Architects.”

The hotel has 85 rooms, 80 seat restaurant, library bar and fitness center – the hotel really fits amazingly well in its surroundings, making it a perfect retreat for hotel guests and local residents alike.

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2 thoughts on “Introducing Belgraves London – Thompson Hotel’s newest addition oozes design and sophistication

  1. When I was the artwork in the lobby I did wonder what you were posting about….. but then I was blown away by the design of this hotel – I’m checking it out next time I’m in London!

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