The Oaklands Hall Hotel have just completed the creation of their new Junior Suite, based in the oldest part of the building.
This has come from a £60,000 investment which has seen two of the smaller bedrooms knocked into one. The bedroom is made up of 4 parts; the main bedroom itself with a seating area, a bathroom which encompasses a luxurious bath with a television and overhead chandelier, and completed with a walk-in shower, a his & her’s sink room with a ceiling heigh mirror and finally a closed off space with the toilet and bidet.
The Junior Suite was created to fill a gap in the market for a higher spec of bedroom that features all of the luxurious finishing touches that a top city hotel would offer. With bespoke furniture and a wardrobe that has been fitted out to house a champagne fridge and Nespresso Machine, the new Junior Suite at the Oaklands Hall Hotel is the height of luxury.
The new bedroom has come from a collaboration between 3 companies, The Creative Larder, Design Intervention and Rick Elliis from Red Kitchens and Bathrooms.
Steven Bennett, Chef Patron & Operations Director at the Oaklands Hall Hotel said:
It was important for us to make this investment to help keep the hotel moving forward. There’s a huge demand for high quality in the area, not only just for brides and grooms, but for guests who are staying in the area be it for work or play.
We have such a unique opportunity with the hotel, and although it’s an old building that has been developed here, there and everywhere over the past 100 years, there’s so many incredible features and spaces that we’re now able to use to their full potential. The Junior Suite came from two of our smallest bedrooms that are based on the main landing.
There’s been a lot of handwork that’s gone into the bedroom and we’re all really happy with the results.
Charlotte from The Creative Larder said:
“The hotel already features 3 bespoke ‘Bridal Suites’ that have been individually decorated. For the Junior Suite, we chose a neutral colour scheme that boats beautiful finishing touches with marble and gold in the bathrooms, keeping it light and bright and a mixture of silvers and golds in the main bedroom, a colour palette that hopefully most people will love. We’ve added some pops of colour and beautiful prints to add some personality to the room as well as giving a nod to the buildings beautiful period features.
Over the next 12-18 months, the hotel will see further investment in revamping the reception area, Churchill Suite and The Comfy Duck restaurant.
The new suite is now available for bookings. Please contact the Oaklands Hall Hotel via telephone (01472) 872248 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.