Royal Lancaster London Completes Extensive Renovations

By Jesse Sokolow on 9 November 2017
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DSC_0736The Royal Lancaster London hotel announced it had completed an £80 million ($104 million) renovation project of the mid-century building while reclaiming its original name.

As part of the work, the hotel’s façade was redesigned to emphasize the double-height reception area. The lobby was redone in white marble and gained a new bar, the Hyde Lobby Bar.

All of the property’s 411 guestrooms and suites were refurbished in a modern decor and included heated bathroom floors as part of the project. The hotel’s 16 meeting rooms were completely updated as well.

The building was originally designed as an office block and turned into a hotel in 1996. Earlier renovation work included a redesign of its Nipa Thai restaurant and additional planned work includes a redesign of its Lounge Bar and Park Room on the first floor.

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