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Hotel Rooms Design by British Royalties
October 10, 2007 15:19

The deluxe Moscow hotel Baltschug Kempinski, marking its 15th jubilee, is widely known for its perfect service and attention to details. However, amongst the main hotel’s prides are suites designed by British Royalties – Princess Michael of Kent and Viscount, Lord Linley, with interior combining the traditional English elegance and Russian luxury.

The interior of the suite called “Princess” was developed according to a project by Princess Michael of Kent, spouse of the Queen Elizabeth II cousin. 180 metres of Royal luxury are an embodiment of respectability and style. The light beige, sienna, and ivory tones are prevailing in the colour gamma of the suite. The diffused light enspheres the soft cosy sofas with the noble upholstery and a multiplicity of pillows.

The floors are covered with woollen carpets giving the room an impression of dignity and wealth. The elegant polished furniture, luxury and traditionally heavy English textile on the tables, and the drapes with floral pattern combine the inimitable cosiness of the English home and comfort of a modern hotel.

“The interior of a room in Baltschug Kempinski became my first order after many years of a professional break. That is why I tried to suggest the most interesting solution that at the same time would fit in with the general concept of the hotel’s elegant classics”, as the Princess says about the suite.

The “Princess” suite consists of three rooms: two bedrooms and a living room between them. The spacious area of the living room is divided into three zones with the help of furniture: sofas group for guests is situated in the centre of the room near the study and the dining zones.

While the suite by Princess Michael is a combination of the common for women love for splendour and traditional English floral ornament, the suite designed by Viscount Linley (and therefore called “Linley”) can be characterized as an aristocratic living room facing the Kremlin. The authorial luxury suite’s interior by the famous English designer – son of Princess Margaret and the Queen’s nephew - Lord Linley, embodies the image of the classic English living room and detailed cosiness.

The design also perfectly reflects the creative approach of Viscount Linley uniting the modern interior with traditional tendencies and offering customers something classic and luxury but with all attributes of modernity at the same time.

The living room and the bedroom are united by the main light beige-brown gamma. The soft lines of the furniture and draperies, stylish and comfortable sofas and arm-chairs invite leisured rest. The combination of the crystalline chandeliers and a great number of lamps make it possible to regulate the lighting according to the guest’s mood. The bathroom is done in the traditional English style, including separate taps for cold and hot water.

In all aspects both suites can be characterized as created for and by Royalties, and the price confirms it – “Princess” suite costs around US$10970, and “Linley” – around US$8345.

Lavrentyeva Natalya

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