Following an extensive refurbishment undertaken over the past year, on the 10th December 2019 The Grosvenor Hotel opened its doors for the first time as the all-new Amba Hotel Grosvenor.
All 345 bedrooms have been fully refurbished to incorporate Amba Hotels’ design standards, offering modern comfort and style while incorporating the classic architecture of the Victorian building.
EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE & STYLE
This will be the third hotel in the Amba Hotels portfolio, which includes the Amba Hotel Charing Cross and the Amba Hotel Marble Arch. These upper 4-star hotels in iconic central London locations have all been carefully designed to deliver a modern experience whilst bringing to life the character of the properties complemented by high quality, uncomplicated service.
AN EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIECE
Whilst lovingly preserving the history and heritage, the hotel’s new look and feel is sophisticated with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Each element carefully considered and designed around creating a truly inspiring and seamless guest experience.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
The new look hotel will offer guests:
Bright guest rooms with colourful and tasteful artwork reflecting the golden age of travel
Hypnos beds, top quality linen and blackout curtains guaranteeing a great night’s sleep
Signature items that add personality including the VQ Retro Digital Radio
Stylish soft touches which evoke a warm and homely environment, including a selection of books, plants, cushions and blankets
Small details to create ‘mini moments’ with carefully curated coffee and tea provision, delicious cookies and a complimentary mini-bar.
WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS
Further on-site facilities will meet the needs of executives using the hotel as a personal business base or event location, with the new suite of meeting and events spaces being revealed later in Spring 2020.
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