The Goring Closes for Its Anticipated Renovation

The Goring
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The Goring hotel in London is closing for the first time in the hotel's history for a renovation. The hotel will reopen on February 21 in time for its 105th anniversary. The renovation is being lead by designers Nina Campbell, Tim Gosling, David Linley and Russell Sage.

Campbell will be updating the suites, Gosling will help design the new bar and lounge along with the terrace and suites, Linley will be adding new touches to the dinning room, and Sage will help designing the new rooms, suites and the Royal Suite (a major focal point of the hotel).

Sage is also working with Fromental, the makers of luxury wallpapers and fabrics, to update the front hall. One main focus of the main hall will be a whimsical animal scene on the wall — think animals loose from the zoo, however the new grand front desk will mostly likely steal guests’ eyes as they enter the refurbished five-star hotel.

Goring is a member of Relais and Châteaux and is located at 15 Beeston Place.