Rough Luxe Hotel
Luxury shouldn’t always be fancy and capricious; in fact, real luxury can be found in well preserved things with high value and beautiful memories. Such is the philosophy of the Rough Luxe Hotel, a hotel that values the mix of old and new by combining colours and beautiful fabrics with cheap materials and existing distressed original walls. The arts and furniture here can be called antiques but they are considered classics and retain their original form, use, and function. The Rough Luxe Hotel considers their guests as personal visitors to their home; hence, they are always provided with the best choice of wine, bed linen, arts, and most specially, with the best people to look after your needs.
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This is Rough Luxe. Half rough, half luxury. A little bit of luxury in a rough part of London. A little bit of rough in a luxurious London. Our Grade II listed home was transformed by internationally acclaimed designer Rabih Hage in 2008 and our philosophy is simple: You are staying with us in our home, so just ask us for anything you need.
Guests at a Rough Luxe hotel might have a small room or a small shower cubicle, but the luxury is in the choice of the wine, the bed linen, the art on the walls and the people looking after you.
Apart from a sumptuous breakfast, we don’t serve food. London has some amazing restaurants – we couldn’t compete and so we don’t. We will be happy to try and get you into a restaurant, either one of our favourites or one of yours. If you are stuck for something to do in the evening, let us know and you can either eat with us or we can go out and grab a bite.
Our look is a mix of old and new, furniture and art; combining colours and beautiful fabrics with cheap materials and existing distressed original walls. Cheap materials are treated as precious items and preserved for their beauty and memory of the site.