Our Anthony Blunt room features a mahogany bed and large Victorian-style bathroom, with a fabulous double monastery basin in black marble. Rumour abounds that you can still see where MI5 placed listening devices to monitor conversations and garner evidence.
A stunning representation of the art deco era, Samuel Courtauld features a stunning silver leaf ceiling that comes to life on sunnier days. The bath in the beautiful mirrored bathroom was originally made for Claridge’s, but never used.
Spacious and airy, Earl Grey boasts a joyously bright bathroom with a wonderful 1920s canopy bath. This truly historic room is full of character and grand decoration, in keeping with the Earl’s standing.
Mr. Attwick’s bedroom, lounge and bathroom are decorated in shades of light taupe, cornflower blue and cream. Enjoy wonderful views over leafy Portman Square, or connect the room to the adjoining Terrace room, transforming the entire floor into your very own West End apartment.
Our stunning and sought after Terrace Room enjoys its own private balcony overlooking the chimney pots of Marylebone. The room can also be booked to adjoin Mr Attwick’s room to transform the entire floor into your very own West End apartment.
Emma is in an ideal location for those wanting complete privacy, exiting directly onto the discreet mews of Portman Close. Emma is decorated in a flourish of Edwardian flower patterns with a grand sweeping sleigh bed, and named after one of Sir Francis Goldsmid’s three daughters who occupied the house.
Sir Francis Goldsmid is lofted in the discreet passages of the first floor of the mews overlooking Portman Close. A deep rich red welcoming lounge area leads you to an alluringly sumptuous velvet-laden bedroom, with skylights for dusky light. The room can also be booked to adjoin Mr. Fredrick’s room.