Charlotte Street Hotel in Fitzrovia comprises 52 individually designed bedrooms and suites, a spacious lobby, two drawing rooms, Oscar Bar & Restaurant, three private meeting & dining rooms, a gym and luxurious state-of-the-art screening room. Transformed by co-owner and Creative Director, Kit Kemp over an eighteen month period, the hotel has a ‘Bloomsbury Group’ theme throughout which features original art from the period and a mural in the brasserie reflecting scenes of ‘contemporary London life’.
The Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant private event rooms located on the lower ground floor of the hotel are flexible in their format. They can easily become a luxuriously decorated drawing room, a corporate boardroom or a sumptuous private dining room and are conveniently situated adjacent to the screening room which accommodates 75 guests. The Dora Carrington room on the ground floor has plenty of natural daylight, with French doors which open out onto the terrace.
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The entire walls of the restaurant have been covered in murals painted in the style of 1916 frescoes entitled “Scenes of Contemporary London Life” inspired by Roger Fry and his Omega Workshop