Located in London’s well-heeled district of South Kensington, the Ampersand Hotel is housed in a late-19th century building and has been influenced by the numerous famous museums close by, incorporating aspects of botany, music, geometry, ornithology and astronomy into its design.
Throughout the 111-room hotel are everyday objects with an intriguing provenence, including a 20-foot staircase installation accented with goose feather wings and the flower- and fern-patterned upholstery.
Guests wanting panoramic views can book into one of the Ampersand’s five suites with private balconies, whilst on the ground floor coffee and pastries are served throughout the day in a classically-designed English drawing room.
Away from the hotel itself, in addition to museums some of the city’s most popular landmarks and places of interest, including Hyde Park and the Royal Albert Hall, are just moments away.
The Ampersand Hotel officially opens its doors to the public on 29 August.