This Month in Premier Hospitality 9.9
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue we step into One Aldwych; we check out the Llanerch Hotel; and we unveil The Glasshouse Restaurant.
When One Aldwych first opened its doors to the public in 1998, it set a benchmark for other hotels to follow with its striking design and warm, professional service. Some two decades later, the hotel has just completed a multi-million pound refurbishment project that is set to once again reaffirm One Aldwych as the most sought-after leading independent hotel in London.
Leading British designer Robert Angell, founder of Robert Angell Design International, was tasked with redesigning the guest rooms and suites. In total 86 rooms and 16 stunning suites, including four new one-bedroom suites, have been transformed.
Llanerch Vineyard in South Wales has opened a 26 bed hotel. The vineyard was bought by Ryan Davies in 2010 and it is claimed that the vineyard is the first to have opened a dedicated hotel in the UK.
The two storey hotel has a total of 26 en-suite rooms ranging from Superior King to Courtyard rooms and Suites, each with uninterrupted views of the Welsh countryside. Each room has a large widescreen smart TV, a Nespresso Coffee maker, kettle and luxury interiors including Welsh wool blankets made at the woollen mill Melin Tregwynt and art by local photographer Andy Stoyle.
The Grove, a five-star country house hotel in Hertfordshire, has re-opened The Glasshouse restaurant following a significant investment to dramatically update the space. The Glasshouse has received an exhaustive renovation by the award-winning Martin Hulbert Design (MHD) – the studio which has been responsible for The Grove’s interior design since the hotel first opened.
The renovation of the restaurant included a new extension which saw an impressive triple-height, glass conservatory added to the main building.
With all this and more it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality. Go well!