Following The Lanesborough’s closure in December 2013, the hotel was taken back to its shell and meticulously transformed by Alberto Pinto, the world renowned interior design studio. The refurbishment extended to all areas of the hotel; the 93 guest rooms, including 43 suites, and all public areas.
Guestroom accommodation are the epitome of elegance, reminiscent of a grand residence, with The Royal Suite reinstated as the hotel’s largest suite complete with seven bedrooms.
Céleste, the restaurant of The Lanesborough unveiled an elegant new design, returned to the Regency style in-keeping with the rest of the hotel. In these superb facilities, Eric Frechon, Paris’ most esteemed three Michelin star chef and leading figure at Le Bristol Paris brought his protégé Florian Favario as executive chef.
The Garden Room allready resumed its position as the capital’s most glamourous cigar lounge and The Library Bar as one of London’s leading bars. Seven carefully and individually designed private dining rooms are offering now some of the most refined event spaces London has to offer.
The renovation honours the building’s architectural heritage as one of London’s most revered Regency landmarks. It embodies the signature style that has become synonymous with The Lanesborough, whilst incorporating the latest in contemporary luxury and technological innovations.