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51 Buckingham Gate Is the Latest London Hotel to Cater For a President

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  Site Where: 51 Buckingham Gate, London, United Kingdom, SW1E 6AF
July 22, 2010 at 10:56 AM | by | Comments (0)

Would Obama stay here? Umm...

We’re always up for hotel refurbs here at HotelChatter, so it’s nice to see 51 Buckingham Gate are keeping their rooms ticking over – they just renovated five suites at a cost of a cool $1.8million. Apparently:

The inspiration behind the renovation was to extend a feeling of tranquility, evoked by 51's unique setting, positioned around a secluded courtyard garden - a rarity in central London.

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A Sneak Peek at The Savoy London's River View Suite

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  Site Where: The Strand, London, United Kingdom, WC2R 0EU
July 6, 2010 at 11:57 AM | by | Comments (0)

We've already set our countdown clocks for 10.10.10 when The Savoy in London will finally reopen. But today, we've got a special treat--a photo of one of the 38 newly redone River Suites overlooking the Thames.

As you can see, The Savoy is sticking with a traditional look in the rooms which is sure to thrill the fans of the old Savoy (check out those drapes over the window and the bed.) But we're also loving the suite's touches of purple, which is one of the new hot hotel hues. And we sincerely hope that all rooms get some pretty flowers, not just the River Suites.

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Is Purple The New Hot Hotel Hue?

February 3, 2010 at 1:35 PM | by | Comment (1)

The lobby of The Best Western President Hotel in New York.

We’ve covered a lot of Pink Hotels here at HotelChatter, but Barbie’s favorite color better watch its back. There’s a hot new hotel hue on the rise–and Prince is gonna love it.

That’s right, purple is the new pink, according to the folks over at Hotel World Network. Calling it “the new color of politically inspired design,” the blog cited all the purple dresses and ties on display during President Obama’s recent State of the Union address as the color’s bipartisan booster.

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