Embedded in the heart of London is St James’ Court, A Taj Hotel with more than a hundred years of history, this hotel exhibit a pageantry glamour of the traditional old British style without missed your Indian heritage. As part of a multi-million-pound renovation, the hotel launched its newly refurbished rooms mixed old Britain´s charm and style with the grace and richness of India culture transforming the place into an icon of hospitality design trends.
Homing in a Victorian building just footsteps from Buckingham Palace and St James’ Park. Conceived by Royal Engineer Major Charles Pawley the St James´Court had your first grand opening in 1902 and was immediately endorsed by the royalty, politicians and the highest in the land of that time. This luxury hotel offers more than a prime location, beautiful architecture and hospitality design trends, with 338 rooms and suites today, Taj ’s lemma is ‘reinventing tradition’.
In order to accomplish this motto, they just launch the brand new selection renovated bedrooms and Suites contain with the total of 100 rooms categorized as premium rooms. The new rooms are modern and friendly with a warm atmosphere that allows guests to relax and enjoy the city with style and comfort. The newly renovated premium rooms were a part of a broader remodeling plan that took place at the Almoners Townhouse area of the hotel.
The refurbishment was headed by award-winning architects, Dexter Moren Associates, and an interior design consultant Sue Freeman. The aim was to marry Taj’s historic design features with an audacious, contemporary finish. The rooms are stylish and vibrant, the neutral and sophisticated color palette has accentuated the abundance of natural light giving a more intimate and welcoming feel.
The new design is cosmopolitan and elegant. The dark gray walls are followed by elegant leather and silver headboards and light gray carpets compose the friendliness and cousin atmosphere. The touch of boldness and glamor is given by the strong colors of pillows in bright amethyst and green olive accentuated by the elegance of botanical print giving space a touch of luxury and sophistication.
“Since opening its doors in 1902, St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel has symbolized the union between Taj’s Indian heritage and timeless British pedigree,” says Digvijay Singh, the UK area director, and general manager. “Hosting over 100,000 travelers every year, the renovation marks an exciting new era for the hotel by boosting its offerings to serve the ever-evolving needs of the modern traveler.”
Encompassing with these modern necessities and hospitality design trends and services Taj´s offers four restaurants, including Michelin-starred Quilon and two bars – the sophisticated Hamptons Bar and St James’ Courtyard.
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