Bold Colour & Inspiration Abounds At London’s Haymarket Hotel
Enter a bright and happy world filled with bold colour in London’s Haymarket Hotel.
Kit Kemp’s redesign of the Regent-era icon asserts a theatrical vision rooted in her signature “modern English” style.
London is home to some of the world’s most iconic architectural feats. Haymarket Hotel is no exception. A landmark building designed by the legendary John Nash—the master architect who developed most of Regency London, including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, and the adjoining Haymarket Theatre—the structure that houses Haymarket is comprised of 50 bedrooms and suites, plus one exclusive townhouse. The Haymarket’s façade features a dramatic row of columns that runs the length of Suffolk Place.
Experience Kit Kemp’s bold design choices and unique flair, all set in light-filled interiors poised to strike a chord with those passing though. Physical and visual pleasures merge in guestrooms overflowing with luscious textures, cloth-covered walls, and custom-made furniture, such as Shagreen coffee tables with ivory-wood-toned details.
The airy sepia-gray lobby, filled with marigold and oak furniture showcases a large stainless steel sculpture by Tony Cragg, while other notable artwork includes an eye-catching monochrome painting by British treasure John Virtue, and a stone installation by Sue Lawty.
Haymarket Hotel features a 60-foot swimming pool hypnotically illuminated by a colorful light installation by Martin Richman. It also features a gym and spa, as well as 4 meeting rooms and other private event spaces.
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