Cute, or Creepy? Grosvenor House Builds A Nursery For Kate Middleton's Baby
Places like The Goring, The Stafford and Park Plaza Hotels were all quick to join in the royal wedding mania that took place two summers ago, but here's one hotel that seems to be starting a new trend: royal baby mania.
London's Grosvenor House has chosen to re-decorate one of its Premium Park suites in anticipation of Kate Middleton and Prince William's firstborn. Not that, like, the baby is actually planning to stay there (at this moment, it can't even digest its own food, so we don't see how it could be making hotel reservations…), but, you know, just in case.
"Suite Dreams" is a fully-equipped nursery, with a luxurious four-poster crib, hand-painted furniture, Beatrix Potter-inspired designs, and a children's play area with a London-themed toy cupboard.
The whole thing is pretty impressive, actually, though no surprise there, as Daily Mail tells us the suite was actually designed by Dragons of Walton Street, a studio that's created nurseries for the Royal Family in the past.
The Daily Mail also included a video tour of the suite, which you can watch here.
The hotel will offer 3 packages in tandem with the debut of the nursery suite—most lavish of all is the Buckingham package, which, for £6,270 per three-night stay, offers a complimentary cut and bow dry at Sanrizz for mom, and a men's shave at Alfred Dunhill for dad, plus a private consultation with Dragons of Walton Street—should the suite inspire you to design a nursery for the future Royal Baby as well.
For our full review of the Grosvenor House, click here!
[Photo: Daily Mail]