Multi-million pound refurbishment at The Bonham, Edinburgh

Posted in News, Projects on 5 June, 2018

Edinburgh’s Bonham Hotel has recently unveiled 49 individually-styled guest rooms and suites as part of a multi-million pound refurbishment.

The interiors, designed by leading London and Dublin-based luxury interior designer Nigel Howard, have been transformed and have turned the acclaimed Bonham Hotel into an elegant period property sympathetic to its Georgian architectural heritage.

The rooms blend traditional period elements with the very best of modern fabrics and finishes. High ceilings and the magnificent period detailing are further enhanced with a royal blue and deep plum colour palette intertwined with gold and silver threads.

Each room makes full use of the floor to ceiling windows, flooding the rooms with natural light and offering up exquisite views across the city. The culmination of these elements creates some of the finest accommodation Edinburgh has to offer.

“It’s always satisfying to work on a period property where you can breathe new life into its interiors through sophisticated design while maintaining all the elements of the building that should be celebrated.” Said Nigel Howard.

“Our brief was to design luxury guest rooms that complemented the history of the building, yet provided for modern hotel living. Getting the balance between new and old was the key to achieving a successful outcome.”

 

Douglas Campbell, general manager of The Bonham, said: “This is a new chapter for the hotel and one which we are all very excited to be part of.

“The Bonham has claimed the hearts of so many of our guests who return time and time again and this multi-million pound refurbishment has seen our already stunning hotel, transformed into a truly sophisticated property.”

Elsewhere in the hotel, the restaurant will also undergo refurbishment as well as the popular Consulting Bar over the course of the year.

 

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