After an extensive renovation to a part Grade II-listed Edwardian building, Rosewood London opened its doors to guests this week. Dating back to 1914, the Belle Epoque property has 262 rooms and 44 suites over seven storeys and is targeting the meetings and events sector, as well as the discerning consumer.
The former Pearl Assurance Company HQ boasts 11 event spaces include five meeting rooms, the Living Room, Dining Room (with show kitchen), three boardrooms and the Grand Ballroom for up to 555 guests.
The Event Studio claims to be 'a visual and tactile showcase of Rosewood London’s exclusive collection of event accessories and connections', using the five senses to allow 'fun and creative brainstorming sessions with... professional planners'.
Further features include the Garden House with terrace, the exclusive Manor Club, a spa, three restaurants – two of which will open in February 2014 – and a bar.