The place to be in Covent Garden
In the heart of Covent Garden, one of the most lively areas of the British capital, the collective behind the Experimental Group unveils its first London hotel located on Henrietta Street.
Henrietta is an intimate location, a pied-à-terre like a guest house, designed by interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon. Opened in 2017, the hotel consists of two typically English buildings joined together. Henrietta Street’s classic architecture and 1970s style inspiration served as a starting point for the decor.
The 40 rooms and suites of the Henrietta feature the signature Meilichzon style. She imagined and designed the monumental headboards, which are dressed in Rubelli fabrics, and the brushed brass lighting fixtures directly sealed into the bedside tables. In addition, armchairs in velvet and vintage brushed aluminum, round mirrors, patterned carpets and rugs, marble baseboards, and wall moldings complete the decor. The rooms display a palette of four colors with natural accents, different on each floor. On the top floor, the Grand Henrietta room is the largest room in the hotel with a surface area of 35 sqm and views over the heart of London. In the high-ceiling bathrooms, marble is combined with granite to create a neo-vintage vibe.
On the first floor of the hotel there is a bar with an exceptional cocktail menu. There is also The Henrietta, which has become a popular destination in itself, is a restaurant with 80 seats over two floors, designed by Ollie Dabbous, a starred British chef. The restaurant’s dishes embrace a seasonal and simple vegetarian cuisine, with glass roofs, oak floors, and randomly shaped tables.
The Henrietta hotel is a must for any design lovers passing through London.
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Style Dorothée Meilichzon
Double room from 250 € per night during low season.