Formerly an art deco-style garage built in 1926, The Beaumont Hotel in Mayfair, is the first hotel by restaurateurs Corbin & King known for The Wolseley and The Delaunay. The Beaumont Hotel features 50 rooms, 13 studios and 10 suites, an all day dining restaurant, a Spa with fitness centre and a bar. For the complex transformation of the building, Corbin & Fisher colaborated with Richmond International, ReardonSmith Architects and Grosvenor.
The interiors of The Beaumont are inspired by the period architecture with the lobby and reception featuring a classic checked floor of black granite and gold travertine. In keeping with the public areas, all of the 73 rooms (including 23 suites) will feature art deco-style elements such as polished rosewood wardrobes, bronze mirroring, chairs upholstered in velvet mohair and wool carpets of geometric design.
Designed by the artist Antony Gormley, the property’s signature suite “Room” is part conventional hotel room, part sculpture, with a bedroom that takes the form of a giant steel figure crouching on a wing of the building.
One of the highlights of the hotel will be The Colony Grill Room Restaurant will seat 100 and will serve grills and classic dishes, seven days a week. Set on two levels, the restaurant will feature an ornamental stained-glass roof light overhead, with blood-red leather banquettes, 1930s bentwood and studded chairs providing the seating.
The hotel is now accepting reservations from October 9th.