Stapleford Park, a luxury four-star hotel in Leicestershire has announced the completion of an exciting refurbishment project, which has given their public rooms a traditional but stylish upgrade and has been described as ‘a touch of Claridge’s in the Countryside’.
The refurbishment work has focused on revamping the Grinling Gibbons Room, The Drawing Room and The Library and was undertaken by interior design specialists Russell Sage Studio, whose previous hotel projects include the Goring, the Savoy Grill and The York & Albany.
Particular attention can be drawn to the Grinling Gibbons Room which has been given a facelift to display a spattering of gold against the pink hues of the room and has been described as “a touch of Claridge’s in the countryside”. This particular room lends itself to a variety of dining experiences and versatilities, from being light and airy for breakfast, warm and elegant for afternoon tea or intimate and romantic for dinner. The ceiling and wall embellishments stand out, with light bouncing off the extravagant chandeliers that light the dining tables.
Angelina Chua, General Manager at Stapleford Park explained more about the ideas behind the project;
“The refurbishments blend a range of contemporary flavours in the hope of continuing the traditional Stapleford Park history, which has been developed over 500 years of antiquity. The rituals of English afternoon tea feature prominently, with elements of a time when trips to the sprawling tea plantations and bustling port cities in Singapore and Shanghai were popular among high society.
The upgrade of the rooms is part of our ongoing commitment to maintain a sense of continuity and history at Stapleford Park. Our guests are invited to share in the great expanse of this quintessential country house and grounds, where today’s comfort is carefully intertwined with a nostalgic glimpse of its decadent past.”
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