Our new penthouses have integrated both a flavour of the locality and a slight nod to fashion having been aptly named after famous London shopping areas. Over the last two years the hotel has held a unique connection to the fashion world, from commissioning fashion illustrator David Downton to create a piece of artwork reflecting the hotels location, to entertaining the fashion icons of today in the hotel’s bar and terrace.
All our new penthouse suites will contain the latest in-room entertainment and ensuring guests receive the ultimate luxurious experience, they provide a combination of unique and thoughtful touches including an infinity spa pool overlooking the breathtaking panoramic view of the city and a circular cinema room. Additional services to complete the Wyndham Grand experience include a private chef, in-room butler and chauffer service.
The King Suite, named after London’s fashionable King’s Road, is a 141sqm space that includes two bedrooms with ensuites, bathroom, living area, multi-purpose panoramic viewing room and spacious hallway. This outstanding penthouse has been conceptually yet subtly created with an iconic, flamboyant British designer in mind and includes an eclectic mix of fabrics to enhance the contemporary style furniture. Plush velvets and luxurious chenille’s entwine with embroidered silks and cottons in a blend of colourful, yet restful furnishings. Key features include a full height head-board made from an ensemble of fabrics to form a union jack and a high-fashion chair in the form of a red shoe in the walk-in wardrobe. Modern artwork and quirky sculpture add interest and drama whilst the large infinity spa bath, walk-in shower, sauna and built-in TV screen provides the ultimate in decadence in the master en-suite.
The King’s Suite £6,000 per night
The Savile Suite Penthouse, named after the infamous Savile Row, home to traditional men’s bespoke tailoring, draws its influence from the popular paisley pattern, an element continuously featured by contemporary fashion designers. This is a 90msq penthouse that oozes sophistication and comprises one bedroom that plays on the paisley theme with a full height quilted paisley patterned headboard. The lavish white marble bathroom has been designed with an intricate black and white marble floor pattern and large gilt edged mirror by the internally lit bath tub.
The living area combines silks, patterned satins and tartan fabrics and features a 22sqm raised circular seating area with built in book shelves, tv and fire place and can double up as private screening area. A separate dining area completes this fashionable living space.
The Kensington Suite Penthouse leans its style towards smart sophistication with its pin stripe theme that includes details and patterns from high-end tailored fashion lines. Kvadrat’s Paul Smith designed fabrics on the soft furnishings compliment the smooth velvet style upholstery on the sofas which is complete with stitching in varying hues.
The living area features stained timber panelling on the walls where soft seating and strong striped fabrics complete the scheme. The contemporary rich brown bathroom is complimented by vibrant contrasting striped glass mosaics in the bespoke marble vanity unit and panels, and integrated colour changing lighting in the bath adds interest to bathing-time. The dedicated walk-in wardrobe completes the amenities of this suite.
The Abingdon Suite Penthouse provides the conclusion to the penthouse floor providing spectacular living for those who desire style and comfort. Think Art Deco and Biba when you imagine the Abingdon Suite Penthouse. This 68sqm space includes a separate hallway with wardrobe and drinks cabinet, a stunning bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, and a large living room. The master ensuite comes complete with a built in television and integrated colour changing lighting and its décor comprises an elegant brown and cream marble with bespoke marble vanity unit featuring elliptical basin mixers.
The remainder of the penthouse uses a vivacious colour scheme with a nod to Art Deco influence and fabrics and colours reminiscent of London’s 1960’s fashion trends inspired by Biba. Strong polka dot fabrics sit with plain lines and stained oak lacquered furniture, and luxurious bespoke hand tufted carpets soften the feel of the space. The timber frame walls, with silver leaf detailing, is the backdrop to the contemporary fireplace in the living room.