Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has opened a hotel in London.
Previously the Chancery Court Hotel, the now Rosewood London has opened after an extensive renovation of the 1914 building with architectural features restored such as its Grade II-listed street front and its Pavonazzo marble staircase which goes up seven storeys.
The hotel has 262 rooms and 44 suites including the Grand Manor House Wing which has its own postcode, street entrance and elevator.
Its facilities include The Lobby Lounge, Mirror Room salon and a bar, with the Holborn Dining Room to open in February 2014. A Sense spa and 11 event spaces are also at the hotel.
“Rosewood London encompasses an element of surprise in its design which gives this landmark building, steeped in and surrounded by history, the lease of life it deserves. We are honoured to be the stewards of an exciting new chapter in its legacy,” says Matthias Roeke, managing director, Rosewood London.