Corinthia Hotel London’s New Suites Now Available for Booking

The London Suite

Corinthia Hotel London has announced that they will be launching eleven new London (five) and Garden (six) suites, all of which are available to book. These new suites are the first product enhancement at the property since its opening seven years ago.   

The London Suites have light interiors with contemporary amenities.  Art is a focus, with featured artworks and sculptures dating to the Cubism era. For guests wishing to entertain, there are doorways to each functional space with the option to include two further adjoining bedrooms. Complementary butler service is also included with any stay in the London Suite. 

The Garden Suites overlook the landscaped courtyard, while interiors have accents of verdant green with soft furnishings and live planting. Tip: The Garden Suites have a fireplace.

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A Garden Suite

Each of the new suites have a separate living room, oversized bed, marble bathroom with underfloor heating, built-in TV over the bathtub and a tropical rain shower.  

Housed within a Victorian building, Corinthia Hotel London has 283 rooms, including 51 suites and seven penthouses. Corinthia London also has a ground-floor restaurant and bar, as well as the flagship ESPA Life at Corinthia, a spa housed across four floors, with a hair salon by Daniel Galvin. The hotel also reports the largest room sizes in London.

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