Designed by Khuan Chew, the creative talent behind the interiors of the legendary Burj Al Arab Dubai, the Royal Suite is the ultimate in luxury, design and relaxation. Featuring spectacular views of London’s skyline and Cadogan Gardens from the lovely terrace, the 155 square metre suite offers proportions and furnishings befitting the royal families who choose to stay in it.
Difficult to list all the luxuries the suite has in store for its guests, a few worth mentioning include Swarovski crystal lighting, a dining table to seat 10, kitchen, free-standing bar, electric curtains and Bang & Olufsen audio visual technology – the Royal Suite is certainly a place to party in. The bathroom, complete with wet room, chromotherapy Jacuzzi and a huge walk-in rain shower (which at last count could hold 22), also has Swarovski crystals studded in the ceiling, with a number of different lighting concepts for guests to choose from. There is a separate guest bathroom and the option to connect to three further rooms.
Other treats include private butler service, complimentary Ipad to use throughout your stay, movie library, a bottle of Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne, valet pressing, full-sized organic Ren products in the bathroom, return airport transfers and evening canapés. Supremely luxurious, it’s an absolute treat to stay here.
The Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel is located in the heart of Knightsbridge and within walking distance of Harrods and Harvey Nichols department stores and the exclusive designer boutiques of Sloane Street. Having been voted one of the top three best hotels for service in the UK in the Conde Nast Traveller Gold List 2011, it’s no wonder it has been the choice of so many of London’s missions to host their national day receptions and visiting delegations.
And as the Jumeirah Carlton Tower continues her quest to remain youthful, The Rib Room re-opens its doors this month after a renovation by acclaimed interior designer Martin Brudnizki, with a superb menu from Michelin-starred head chef, Ian Rudge.