FITZROY OF LONDON AT THE NED HOTEL
Following its transformation in 2016, The Ned in London quickly secured its status as one of the mosticonic and luxurious hotels in the city. To ensure a five-star experience for all guests, Fitzroy of London was contracted to provide premium quality accessible bathrooms for this landmark project.
Working alongside the renowned designer, Adam Greco (previously head of design at Soho House Interior Design New York), the brief was to create luxury, accessible bathrooms that not only fully met compliance requirements in accordance with building control and regulations, but were also perfectlyconsistent in luxury, quality and style with all other areas of the hotel.
Offering an unrivalled range of luxurious finishes and bespoke possibilities, Fitzroy of London was able to provide a unique solution to The Ned, with a carefully curated selection of products used from its stunning Portland collection.
Creating an equally luxurious experience for every single guest, regardless of any additional requirements, Fitzroy of London ensured all necessary fittings were correctly installed whilst guaranteeing perfect consistency with the rest of the interior design. This, in fact, created the most challenging aspect of the project, as each item is handcrafted in the UK and finished to perfection. However, the end result is arguably the most well designed accessible rooms for a luxury hotel in London.
By creating luxurious, high specification spaces that can be used by anyone, at anytime, these bathrooms combine unmatched quality, design and functionality to provide a desirable retreat for customers of all abilities – ensuring that the guests will enjoy the full Ned experience no matter what room or suite they stay in.
Previously the disused headquarters of the Midland Bank, and having stood empty for eight years, The Ned has now become one of the most premium hotels in London with nine restaurants, indoor and rooftop pools, a gym, spa, and hammam.