Grand Hotel Bellevue Calls a London Townhouse Home

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The Grand Hotel Bellevue has opened its doors in London’s Paddington neighborhood.

The 60-room hotel—which comprises five floors of a Victorian townhouse facing the greenery of Norfolk Square—is the first British property by French group Lignée Hotels and features interiors by Paris-based architect Fabrizio Casiraghi.

The townhouse was imagined as the London residence of an eclectic couple, a narrative that became Casiraghi’s starting point for the hotel’s design identity. An aristocratic Englishman and his eccentric, globetrotting wife take over the home, which they decorate with a blend of their taste and aesthetics.

Dark lacquered wood and traditional decorative elements nod to the more classic side of the design, while bold color choices and quirky details represent its creative side.

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Guests are welcomed in via the lobby, where the tone is set for the hotel’s aesthetic.

A mix of custom furniture and antique finds—includes a settee surrounded by dark boiserie, suggesting the interiors of a traditional English home—are set against a contrasting backdrop of bold orange-toned walls.

This theme of visual contrasts continues in the guestrooms. Every room features bespoke dark wood pieces elegantly combined with carpets and curtains in matching muted tones. Similar hues are echoed across sleek tiles in the bathrooms, in a palette of alternating green, orange, and blue.

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