Ham Yard Hotel London brings the instantly recognizable, colorful style to Regent Street in London, welcoming fashion-aware crowds to an ‘urban village’ creation.
When it comes to luxury boutique hotels, small properties are in fashion. But the Ham Yard Hotel is a whole concept, what the hoteliers Kit and Tim Kemp call an ‘urban village.’
Alongside a fairly substantial hotel, there’s also retail space, a restaurant and lounge, spa, a rooftop terrace garden, a 176-seat cinema, and a little four-lane bowling alley in the basement.
A charming pedestrian thoroughfare runs through it all, complete with a bronze sculpture and greenery. There’s plenty of activity, naturally, but the atmosphere feels a world apart from Piccadilly Circus, just a stone throw away. Every corner of Ham Yard Hotel brims with character, art, vibrant colors and patterns.
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The ninety-one rooms and suites are individually designed in a style that blends vibrant prints and colors with fabric wallpapers, eclectic antiques and stylish contemporary furniture. Vast warehouse-style Crittall windows bring plenty of sunshine and offer a view over Smith’s Court or the streets of Soho.
The rooms offer luxury and space, with good size, for London at least. The bathrooms are designed in granite or marble, and oak.
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