The lux­ury gram­mar of

In­dian cul­ture and Bri­tish sen­si­bil­i­ties have been beau­ti­fully brought to­gether in The LaLiT Lon­don

Business Traveller (India) - - BRAND SPEAK -

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.

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