Sumary of It’s Hello To The (New) Roaring Twenties At The Revamped The Beaumont:
- (Credit: The Beaumont / ©ZAC and ZAC) Then, it’s on across the chequerboard-floored lobby, with its oil paintings and mahogany-shell sofas (upholstered in ‘Ellington’, a jazz-age velour fabric).
- (Credit: The Beaumont / ©ZAC and ZAC) Taking advantage of the enforced enclosure bought about by the pandemic, leading New York-based designer Thierry Despont and London-based architects Reardon Smith have given the hotel an imaginative refresh.
- Red walls, velvet tub chairs and large-scale oil paintings give the space an elegance, added to by the resident pianist who tickles the ivories of the baby grand.
- (Credit: The Beaumont / ©ZAC and ZAC) While Despont’s new updates are found across the public areas, rooms and suites have maintained their low-key glamorous appeal.
- In the bedroom, the large-scale wooden bed is made with the softest white sheets – pillows are embroidered with a cursive ‘B’, just to remind you where you are.