A recent refurbishment of the Radisson Individuals' Henrietta House Hotel in the historic city of Bath offers a convenient and trendy location in the heart of the charming city centre. Two separate buildings, each with their own distinct atmospheres, make up the hotel's locations.
No.27 on Henrietta Street was formerly the Redcar Hotel; founded in 1949 and consisting of three gorgeous Georgian townhouses. Its star-studded history boasts the former ownership of Tom Jones and Engelbert Humperdinck.
The newly decorated hotel features a boutique bar on the ground floor that captures the building's grand and opulent history. Metal Spoke tables with black and gold finishes add that sense of lustre, whilst Betta tables in dark walnut increase that moody depth and dot the restaurant area. They are accompanied by Suzie chairs in a deep teal that match the luxurious hue of the panelled walls and bar, which in turn is lined by Deux bar stools in forest tones.
Bespoke armchair's have been designed in a duck egg blue and dove grey to temper the rich tones and offer a traditional style in-keeping with the architectural elements of the building. Seattle sofa's and bespoke benches offer an option for more sociable seating and work well with the similarly styled Atollo side tables in black marble and metal finishes that enhance the opulence.