The luxury grammar of
Indian culture and British sensibilities have been beautifully brought together in The LaLiT London
The LaLiT Suri Hospitality Group marked its international foray with the launch of its newest hotel – The LaLiT London in 2017. This is the Àrst time an Indian hospitality chain has a fully owned property on English soil. The 180-yearold neo baroque ediÀce, built by Edward Mountford, the architect of the Old Bailey, has undergone a Àve-year, £50 million refurbishment.
The LaLiT London epitomises the warmth and richness of Indian culture blended with the Ànest Victorian architecture. Located on South Bank, near Tower Bridge, the heritage building lies in the heart of the busy metropolis and, is now a haven of Indian hospitality.
A lesson in history that blends hospitality and cultures of two countries, The LaLiT London showcases Indian art and culture amongst other things. The majestic Great Hall has been re-equipped as its signature, award winning Pan-Indian, restaurant, Baluchi; the Headmaster’s Room has been refurbished as The Lalit Legacy Suite, and the laboratories as the meeting room. The wooden paneling, carved ceilings, original windows, luxurious Àreplace and the great hall — all with their majestic and incredible Victorian architecture have been restored and now impress with a rich Indian imprint.
The LaLiT London showcases Indian art, culture, food and more. The handcrafted furniture, magniÀcent blue chandeliers in The Great Hall, the symbolic yet decorative light Àxtures with a complementary design on the wooden shutters, and carpeting along with Indian artworks, cut glass mirrors, intricate hand woven tapestries and Indian marble Áooring are made in India. :ith all this and more, The LaLiT London is all set to redeÀne the grammar of luxury.
The LaLiT London is an experience that enables you to create memories for a lifetime.