Firmdale hotels design



If you want to experience the royal treatment of British hospitality then why not try luxury hotels in London. From elegantly designed rooms and signature luxurious suites to world-class business facilities and from remarkable dinning experiences to an oasis of relaxation and entertainment, have a feel of heaven at London luxury hotels.

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Locking for luxury hotels, then you must take on your consideration the Firmdale hotels. In my opinion one of the best designed hotels I’ve ever seen and the colors and patterns are gorgeous and these rooms look so comfortable. The Firmdale hotels include 6 London locations, owned by Tim and Kit Kemp who believe that ‘hotels should be living things, not stuffy institutions’.

The styles vary from more traditional and classic designs to some modern options as well. There are a lot of different options for all sorts of demands. Just formulate your demands in terms of style, space, color and functionality and you’ll eventually find something that’s perfect for you. A very nice place to spend a few days relaxing and enjoying the surroundings. That’s if you don’t have to work. But even then, you work will seem more pleasant when you know there’s a beautiful stylish hotel room waiting for you.


Published by in Interiors, on January 24th, 2010

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