From its wrought-iron gates and carriageway to its stylish interiors, the design of Rosewood London tells a unique story. Aligned with Rosewood's A Sense of Place philosophy, the hotel's décor reflects the British capital’s history, culture and sensibilities.
Filled to the brim with quirky curiosities, Rosewood London offers a unique insight into the works of some of the world’s most renowned artists, including Chilean artists Eduardo Hoffman, Simon Bingle and Peter Osborne. Throughout the hotel, contemporary pieces are complemented by traditional artworks. The heritage boardrooms reflect Britain’s history through the eyes of the caricaturist James Gillray, who recorded the country's rich political and social culture between the mid-18th and early 19th centuries. British artist and caricaturist Gerald Scarfe has lent his name and artistic vision to Scarfes Bar, where his amusing and conversation-provoking paintings showcase well-known historical and famous faces.