The Beaumont, located in the Brown Hart Gardens, is the love child and first hotel of London restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, also responsible for some of London’s most iconic fine dining properties, including The Wolseley, The Caprice and Ivy.
The Beaumont Hotel features 73 bedrooms and suites, the latter ranging in size from 38 to 53sqm.
The Turner Prize-winning British sculptor Antony Gormley was commissioned to design a piece of public art for the hotel and created ROOM, a modular piece made of stainless steel and fumed oak, which forms one of the hotel suites.
All rooms and suites have personally controlled air-conditioning and windows that can be opened, complimentary Wi-Fi access, interactive film and music on demand, complimentary coffee and tea and a personal laptop safe.
Guests can dine at one of three venues – The Club Room, The Colony Grill Room and the American Bar – and attend the spa that features a hamam with dry heat, steam and therapy rooms. The gymnasium is open 24 hours a day and complimentary for guests.
Additional services for guests include chauffeur-driven courtesy cars, valet parking, full concierge services and 24-hour in-room dining.