The Savoy Suite. A typical guestroom on the 6th floor and two one bedroom suites were mixed to form a new Savoy Suite. Grand double doors at the entry open onto a reception that is recently created. Beyond is an elegant sofa graced by a black Chinese lacquer pub with an & eacute, mirror & eacute, glomis backdrop. Conventional cornicing and new Art Deco adds a finishing touch. While the toilet is accentuated by an é, glomisé, mirror frieze on the dressing table faç, ade stitched leather panels clad the walls of the master and secondary bedrooms.
White mosaic tiles and golden were hand used one after the other in the shower, and from the tub, a glazed wall panel provides views through to the view of the Thames and London rooftops above the treeline of the bedroom window. The Royal Suite. With its procession of rooms crossing almost all the 5th floor, including the spot where Monet painted his panorama of the river, support greater flow between regions and the Royal Suite was restored to improve the heart of the space. The living and office room in the preceding shape were opened up and an ideal pub with faceted black glazing in golden trimming added as its centerpiece. Including sliding panels that hide the telly at the movie of the switch, all technology continues to be cleverly executed.