1960s London is transformed at 45 Park Lane, taking the art of design to a new level

1960s London is transformed at 45 Park Lane, taking the art of design to a new level

The flawless synchronicity of architecture and interior design at 45 Park Lane

The flawless synchronicity of architecture and interior design at 45 Park Lane

Bar 45, a classic cocktail setting that is certain to draw attention to you

Bar 45, a classic cocktail setting that is certain to draw attention to you

Conduct business or dine privately in the seriously stylish Media Room at 45 Park Lane

Conduct business or dine privately in the seriously stylish Media Room at 45 Park Lane

Each guest room draws from the past and integrates the details of the present

Each guest room draws from the past and integrates the details of the present

A most creative setting for private dining in the award-winning Penthouse Suite

A most creative setting for private dining in the award-winning Penthouse Suite

  • 1960s London is transformed at 45 Park Lane, taking the art of design to a new level
  • The flawless synchronicity of architecture and interior design at 45 Park Lane
  • Bar 45, a classic cocktail setting that is certain to draw attention to you
  • Conduct business or dine privately in the seriously stylish Media Room at 45 Park Lane
  • Each guest room draws from the past and integrates the details of the present
  • A most creative setting for private dining in the award-winning Penthouse Suite

45 Park Lane

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The Art Deco-inspired 45 Park Lane hotel is the result of a brilliant conversion of a praiseworthy 1960s London office building

It is a dream project for any design professional — to convert a classic office building from the 1960s to an exclusive luxury hotel. Further, it is ideally situated in London’s elite Mayfair neighborhood. Add to this a dream team of hospitality professionals — London-based Paul Davis+ Partners as architects, and New York-based architect/interior designer Thierry W. Despont as interior designers. This project is now none other than 45 Park Lane, a member of the exclusive Dorcester Collection.

The classic 20th century interiors of 45 Park Lane are the perfect match for the building’s unique character. Thierry Despont, a true Renaissance man of hospitality design, transformed this mid-century office building into a intimate, luxury hotel. There are only 45 rooms and suites, and the design objective was to create an atmosphere of a private club residence. That objective was achieved with flying colors.

Despont’s design for the interiors draws inspiration from the earlier and unusually compatible Art Deco period. This remarkable synergy can be seen in the streamlined and glamorous public spaces. The guest rooms incorporate classic contemporary furnishings and artwork, with complementary color palettes, textural finishes and accessories.

Celebrated chef Wolfgang Puck debuts his first restaurant in Europe at CUT at 45 Park Lane. Puck and his long-time culinary team member, Executive Chef David McIntyre, have replicated this steak house based on its success in California and other U.S. locations. Private dining is offered in the super-sleek, high-tech “Media Room.”

Spa treatments can be performed in the privacy of a guest room or can be arranged through nearby partner hotel, the Dorcester.

 

Image source: the Dorcester Collection

 

Awards and certifications

Below are the awards and accolades gained by 45 Park Lane

Contact details

45 Park Lane Hotel
45 Park Lane
Mayfair, London
W1L 1PN
44.0207.493.4576
www.45parklane.com