Maybourne Hotel Group works with some of the world’s most respected names in period restoration, preservation and contemporary interior design.
These creative experts have brought innovative, unique and contemporary design to the hotels, using the finest materials and craftsmanship and without sacrificing any of the hotels’ innate style or character.
London’s renowned interior designer created the iconic colour for the Blue Bar at The Berkeley. For The Connaught, he designed the award-winning Connaught Bar and the stunning Apartment on the top floor of the hotel. At Claridge’s he brought a glamorous, contemporary art deco look to Claridge’s Bar.
With subtle, understated design, finished to perfection, The Berkeley’s Balcony King Rooms, Chelsea Suites and Berkeley Suites, and its stunning Collins Room restaurant, all reflect Robert Angell’s signature style.
The celebrated UK furniture and design company Linley brought a truly royal élan to the interiors of 19 stunningly original flagship Claridge’s Suites.
The world-renowned fashion designer brought her own exclusive brand of glamour to Claridge’s, with her stunning design for the Grand Piano Suite.
The widely-acclaimed British designer is the go-to specialist for preserving and accentuating the many period details of our hotels. His style can be seen across many of our rooms and suites.
The famed New Yorker designed the Foyer & Reading Room at Claridge’s with its stunning centrepiece glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly and the sultry Fumoir bar.
Inventive creator of the Opus Suite, the Grand Pavilion and the Crescent Pavilion Penthouses at The Berkeley, internationally-renowned interiors architect André Fu is a master of originality, whose light touch brought these scintillating spaces to life.
The Crescent Suite at The Berkeley, and some of the Berkeley Suites, were created by Helen Green Design, displaying the house’s signature tactile textures and finishes and a palette of warm, neutral colours.