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ne Warwick Park, an elegant 39-room hotel, is now open in Tunbridge Wells’ historic Pantiles district. Te new property, designed by HMY


Architects in collaboration with interior architects KTB and Interior designers Envy London, offers stylish and contemporary interior design as well as a carefully curated experience in each of its rooms, suites and entertainment spaces. Te hotel inhabits a creatively re-imagined


brew house and school house, taking the previously unconnected structures and creating a harmonious and unified building, filled with light. A feature gallery space links the two buildings and promises to surprise with a stylish, shifting canvas of showcases from local, national and international artists. “Our biggest challenge, is now our greatest


achievement.” says Melanie Ellis, Director of Envy London. “Creating the gallery space was a true feat of engineering with builders BJBabb


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Ltd taking the building down to basement level, and then sub basement level - no easy accomplishment in a busy town centre - creating a unique link connecting buildings old and new. “Te task of marrying the new with the


period building and its features has been a success. We embraced the irregularities of the period architecture to create a very special property, full of charm.” Te bedrooms and suites at One Warwick


Park focus on comfort, with great attention to personal detail. “We started with a list of everything that irritated us about staying at a hotel from poor lighting and badly designed bathrooms, to sockets in the wrong place and confusing directions” continues Melanie Ellis. “We then analysed a guest’s practical requirements ensuring we created a comfortable, functional and relaxing environment, where guests would feel calm and cosseted.” It is this level of attention to detail which helps to set One Warwick Park apart


from so many other ‘identikit’ hotels in the area. Each room is individually styled to make


the most of the available space. A neutral palette of five different colour schemes and the use of beautiful, bespoke furnishings sourced from local ateliers adds to the distinctive and contemporary style. A variety of room-types are designed to


appeal to a range of clientele from business travellers, to honeymooners and families. Te


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