The Doyle Collection
Each of our eight hotels – landmark buildings in unrivalled city locations, has its own distinct personality that is rooted in, and authentic to, its neighbourhood.
There’s a sense, on being welcomed through the double-framed doors of The Kensington hotel by a bowler-hatted doorman, of stepping back in time to a more genteel, service-oriented age. Certainly, the hotel’s luxurious white stucco façade – a collection of four 19thcentury townhouses in this most chic, cosmopolitan and cultured of London neighbourhoods – and the Victorian grandeur of its high ceilings, heritage décor and open fireplaces evoke something of a bygone era.
A major redesign and refurbishment of The Bloomsbury, a 1928 Sir Edwin Lutyens, Grade-II listed building on Great Russell Street in London has been recently completed. The hotel has been beautifully and sensitively transformed following a multimillion pound investment programme which most recently includes a new reception area, Guest Living Room and stunning grand salon bar - The Coral Room.
This follows the very successful launches of the award-winning Dalloway Terrace and The Bloomsbury Club Bar, which were added to the property in 2016.
The vibrant, bijou feel of Marylebone, one of London’s trendiest neighbourhoods, is mirrored in the chic, stylish hotel that shares its name. The charm and buzz of the chic 108 Brasserie; a yoga class playing out in the hotel’s decked courtyard; an advertising brainstorm underway in the next-door Library; or treadmills being pounded in the luxury Third Space gym, pool and spa – it all makes for a ‘village’ feel.
And with a bright new raft of event spaces, eclectic, striking artwork that lends a distinct edge to the décor, and expansive terrace suites whose heated, furnished outdoor space rival any in London for wow factor, this is hotel living at its most vibrant.