||||||||||||||||||The Mirror Room at Rosewood London|The Scarfes Bar by MBDS|The Scarfes Bar is designed to feel like a gentleman’s bar or drawing room|The Holborn Dining Room and adjacent delicatessen|The Rosewood mantra is to ‘create a sense of space’|Black and white stripes for maximum impact in the reception|One of the guest rooms|The Manor Suite covers 587sq m|Marble and black lacquer are used recurrently throughout the suites|Rosewood London represents the chain’s first foray into the European market|The exterior by H Percy Monckton, completed in 1914|A spectacular gallery made from rose bronze|The marble staircase was restored by EPR|A playful nod to English country homes in one of the meetings salons|The hotel includes 11 event spaces, several dining rooms, a bar, lobby lounge and spa|The hotel is located on High Holborn in central London|The listed belle époque facade||
13 Nov 2014

Rosewood London by EPR and Tonychi & Associates

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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