Long known for reinventing heritage properties at the heart of some of Europe’s greatest cities, Set Hotels continues to dazzle guests with their selection of stunning signature suites. Under the fine-tuning of world leading architects and design studios, landmark spots such as Hotel Café Royal in London, Conservatorium in Amsterdam and the Lutetia in Paris (due to open autumn 2017) have been transformed into modern luxury experiences amidst seductive and timeless glamour.

 

Hotel Café Royal

Located in the heart of London, with elegant Mayfair to the west and creative Soho to the East, the iconic hotel has been perfectly positioned on the British capital’s social scene for a century and a half. Within the hotel, grand historic areas have been sensitively restored while seven signature suites: the Club Suite, Tudor Suite, Celestine Suite, Empire Suite, Dome Penthouse, Presidential Suite and Royal Suite have been created in a contemporary yet refined style.

 

Empire Suite

Weaving original features with contemporary design and bespoke furniture, the Empire Suite is the largest of all the suites at Hotel Café Royal. A spacious living room features a dining area with grand windows overlooking London’s Regent Street, whilst a king size bed is at the centre of the bedroom, which also includes additional living space, walk-in wardrobe and a study.

The Empire Suite offers the ultimate guest experience with a unique aesthetic and character that can be felt immediately as you walk in the door. Adorned with golden-hued walls, original pier mirrors supported by ornate gilded griffin, Siena marble table and a lounge with sumptuous velvet sofas and leather armchairs, this suite is truly at the height of luxury.

 

Dome Penthouse

Spanning over 291sqm this three-bedroom Grade II listed section of the building, take advantage of the hotel’s stunning original features, that dominate the skyscape of the area. Located within the space below the copper domed rotunda, the suite is comprised of a master suite and two further bedrooms. Fumed in English Oak and containing Carrara marble bathrooms, the penthouse also has separate guest facilities.

Divided into three by an emerald green partition, half of the master suite is dedicated to a living space, whilst in the remaining spaces you can find a king sized bed, as well as a spacious bathroom containing a ming-green marble bath as a grand centrepiece.

Two beautifully furnished spacious terraces both offer a relaxing outside space, as well as unrivalled views of London.

 

The Conservatorium, Amsterdam

Known as ‘Amsterdam’s Living Room’, The Conservatorium Hotel is an architectural masterpiece that combines a landmark heritage building with a graceful, contemporary design. The hotel oozes sophistication and elegance throughout, appealing to the design-literate travellers that grace its presence.

 

Concerto Suite

This unique 90m2 duplex is located right at the top of the beautiful hotel and is the perfect space to relax and unwind whilst in the city. The cool design that teams modern interior décor with original features from the landmark building is a must-see for any design conscious traveller. With its unique shape and beautiful historic windows that allow natural daylight to flood in, the suite creates a perfect blend between contemporary and architectural heritage.

From the industrial rafters of the hotel, the bedroom on the duplex level has a beautiful view over the courtyard below. The very spacious bathroom features a freestanding oval stone bath and a separate rain shower; along with bathroom LCD mirror TV and wonderful views of the Stedelijk Museum. The suite also offers comfortable working space, with free Wi-Fi and state of the art entertainment.

 

I Amsterdam Suite


Going even further up the listed building, we find the playful I-Love-Amsterdam Suite. Located on the top floor, the 155m2 triplex with a wonderful an unbeatable 360o view over the rooftops of the Dutch capital.

Lending itself to the traditional style found within the historic architecture of the original wooden beams, the minimalist space offers a unique viewpoint from which to view Amsterdam. Split into three levels, the suite has a spectacular sunken bathtub, along with separate rain shower, and private rooftop terrace, complete with sun loungers for more wonderful views over the city, and along van Baerlestraat Street.

 

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