Friday, August 04, 2017

Friday, August 04, 2017 3:07 am by M. in ,    No comments
The Evening Standard has discovered a private club-hotel (lib-rary) in the middle of London a Brontë suite:
The literary theme continues in the six bedrooms, which have all been imaginatively designed with a famous writer’s personality in mind. There’s the dark and brooding Bukowski room, with its inky blue walls and bold soft furnishings, or the celestial Brontë suite, with its four-poster bed and all-white furnishings. (Liz Connor)
Flooded in natural daylight courtesy of the expansive floor to ceiling windows, these bedrooms are located at the rear of LIBRARY. Elevated above the club, they offer guests the perfect vantage point of club affairs, much like Old Sport himself Jay Gatsby might have had. Complete privacy comes courtesy of sheer curtains and black out blinds. Both soothing and calming this studio bedroom features a queen size bed, shower-room and equipped with many modern amenities such as air conditioning, complimentary wifi, flatscreen TV with Freeview, kitchenette, hairdryer, microwave, radio speaker with AUX cable.


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