La Suite West has blossomed. London’s iconic boutique hotel welcomes guests, families and their dogs, with a new look, playing on the nature of the Japanese aesthetic Wabi-sabi. This natural approach has driven the architect’s approach to create a tranquil natural interior in harmony with the leafy Private Terrace and our Hyde Park neighbour.
The new interior scheme has sympathetically built on Anoushka Hemple’s temple of black and white, crisp lines, sharp angles and sculptural forms by elevating and softening the spaces welcoming a sense of nature and warmth. The introduction of Wabi-sabi ideals has created an oasis in the centre of the urban city through materials that express crafted processes and organic forms, threading natural colours subtly throughout and enhancing the space with intimate lighting and air cleansing planting.
The 79 minimalist contemporary bedrooms and suites are designed to create a sense of serenity, calm and a restful destination for guests. All have individually crafted four-poster double beds, timeless design classics and warm natural interior schemes.
Set up your day with breakfast in the leafy restaurant and, on a really good day, you may choose to sup your coffee al fresco in the early morning sun on the Private Terrace.
La Suite West is currently serving breakfast only. The continental and buffet style breakfast menu offers Mediterranean, halal and plant-based choices, with toasties, fresh juices and smoothies.
Open to the public it is the perfect solution for a co-working destination from 09.00 until 11.00am.
07.00am to 11.00am Weekdays
07.30am to 11.30am Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holidays
In a neighbourhood of beautiful Victorian townhouses, La Suite West has its own landscaped private terrace with plants, trees and hedges furnished with large tables for sharing and stylish hurricane lamps for twilight relaxation. This is a little haven in a buzzing district of London, perfect for al fresco eating and drinking.
Location – Close to Hyde Park
Located in Inverness Terrace, a tree lined street in the achingly cool neighbourhood of cosmopolitan Bayswater in central London steps from Hyde Park. Close to Notting Hill, Kensington Palace and Gardens, Portobello Market, Oxford Street with easy access to Paddington Station and the Heathrow Express.