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We stayed in a Deluxe Room (room number 248), the second of four room categories, followed by a further 4 suite categories. The room was well-appointed with soft furnishings designed in blue and grey throughout, which we loved. The room has a spacious hallway with doors leading to the bedroom and bathroom. The main bedroom area was large enough for two twin beds, a sofa area with oversize coffee table, and a separate writing area. We liked the mirrored minibar alcove, and were very pleased to find fresh milk available in the fridge for teas/coffees rather than the usual UHT cartons. Our only criticism was the choice of sachet coffee, where a Nespresso machine (or equivalent) would have easily added an extra touch of luxury.
The bathroom again was large, and tiled entirely in marble, and with luxury T-London toiletries. However we felt that a double sink (as there is space) and a modern rainfall shower would heighten the luxurious feel.