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In keeping with such an iconic history, the Sterling Suite isn’t a hotel suite at all, of course. In all senses, the Sterling Langham Suite is so much more than that. More accurately, it is as close as a hotel can come to providing an at-home experience.
The private corridor leads through to the formal dining area which connects, via sliding doors, to the drawing room and informal sitting area. As light streams in the windows from Chandos Street, it illuminates the suite’s flawless bones – a perfect herringbone floor, recessed ceilings and classic millwork, accented with a palette of dove grey, stone and white.
With most of the furniture and details custom-designed and made specially, the Sterling Suite lives up to its promise of offering guests an experience not to be found elsewhere.
The drawing room is undoubtedly the ultimate triumph of the design – its location in the centre of the suite evidence of that. The pastel and azure blue tones of its curved sofas and open-arm accent chairs are matched with traditional and some less traditional golden touches.
The floor-length goldenrod-hemmed curtains say contemporary whilst the gilded mirror and chandelier maintain the English heritage sought after by the Langham brand. Pale shagreen finishes pair with white lacquered woods and, on the far side, a grand piano and bar cabinet which mark a return to opulent living.
The fresh colour palette continues into the master bedroom where powdery ombre drapery and hand-painted, églomisé chinoiserie panels combine in a step towards tranquil Orientalism, inspired by the brand’s Far East leadership. The dropped arm chairs, deep button-tufted sofas and metallic furniture of the seating area offset the exotic elements for a look which is a perfect balance of east meets west – indeed a design interpretation of the brand’s modern identity.
Separated only from this lounge area by a mirrored entertainment unit, the bedroom’s sleeping quarters echoes the look. Anchored by the pop of cobalt blue of its tapered suede and mirrored headboard, the space incorporates a matching lattice rug, a pair of elegant metallic stools and fluted bedside chest of drawers.
As well as its beautiful en-suite (complete with monochrome marble walls, bath and sink surrounds and flooring), the bedroom also connects to its very own hall of mirrors – a dressing room of mirrored wardrobes which culminates in a built-in vanity unit. The mirrored doors are etched in the room’s Chinoiserie pattern with light playfully bouncing from surface to surface.
These other rooms – a media room, multiple bedrooms and additional bathrooms – are equally incredible in their design, layout and finishes. Murano glass chandeliers by Barovier & Toso and Baroncelli hang from the ceilings; in excess of 60 fabrics from Rubelli, Dedar, Pierre Frey and Townsend are incorporated into the design; and modern artwork from Tim Walker, Peter Clack, Charming Baker and Norman Parkinson is exhibited.
The guest bedrooms showcase palettes which include mint green and lilac and hold their own against the master bedroom with impeccably detailed furniture (again, leaning towards the softer end of the colour spectrum), delicate wallpapers and traditional bathroom vanities. Each space is thoroughly thought out to the nth degree.