Royal Nursery Suite at the Grosvenor House in London
To coincide with the highly anticipated birth of a royal baby this summer, the Grosvenor House in London has converted one of its suites into a luxurious baby nursery.
To coincide with the highly anticipated birth of a royal baby this summer, the Grosvenor House in London has converted one of its suites into a luxurious baby nursery, decorated by the same children’s furniture company who designed the nurseries of royal babies William, Harry, Beatrice and Eugenie.
‘Suite dreams’ is fit for mini princes and princesses who may not have official titles, but are no less precious — and with price tags to match. Rates vary between £1,651 – £10,089 ($2,466 – $15,070).
Decorated by Dragons of Walton Street, the suite is inspired by Hyde Park and is an ode to Britannia, with London monuments made into mini, kid-friendly replicas and hand-painted images of one of the most beloved British children’s character, Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit adorning the suite.
Aside from the nursery, the master bedroom is decorated in soft ivory tones to soothe weary parents and features a chaise longue for nursing moms.
Until Sept. 30, families can choose between three packages: the Clarence (1 night), Windsor (2 nights) and the Buckingham (3 nights), which includes transportation to and from the hospital, babysitting services for a night, dinner for two at the JW Steakhouse, and a private visit to Buckingham Palace.