Theadneedles’ 22 entry-level rooms raise the bar for a standard double. Inviting queen-sized beds are the focal point of these luxury hotel rooms, which vary in size, some with high corniced ceilings. Large windows flood the rooms with natural light and in some, provide panoramic city views. Sweeping gold and tan curtains let you feel cosy when required. A glass-topped wooden desk gives you space to work, or somewhere to enjoy room service later in the evening.
In keeping with the rest of the hotel, our 26 Deluxe Rooms vary in size and shape, with the building’s heritage as a bank presenting a diverse mix of interior spaces - some lofty and open-plan, others more cosy and intimate. Most importantly, all are light and homely, with a living area and coffee table, and cord-upholstered armchairs in burnt umbers or lively violet florals.
Threadneedles’ 15 Executive Rooms are larger than our Deluxe or Luxury Rooms. Some of the older rooms were once the offices of the bank’s senior executives, and have grand features such as heavy panelled mahogany doors and marble fireplaces. Some have floor-to-ceiling windows, while others are smaller with views over pretty Finch Lane.
These rooms offer ample space to work and relax and give you a residential, apartment feel.
All three Studio Rooms in warm yellows and charcoal greys have a comfortable sofa as well as plush armchairs around a coffee table. Large limestone bathrooms, stocked with Asprey amenities, are bright spaces. High mirrors over deep sinks make the bathrooms feel even bigger.
Our eight Suites, which are spread across the floors and wings of the hotel, offer a true sense of homeliness, with completely separate living areas where you can kick back with a book or watch TV. They also offer the space to host small meetings or lunches should you require.
Take over all 125 square metres of our 5th floor, and you’ll find true cosmopolitan living in a discreet, residential setting. Accessed by a private lift lined in leather, the Penthouse is a combination of two Deluxe Rooms and two Suites. It has a full-length balcony with a view of the city skyline, offering an architectural spread of everything from classical Wren churches to 21st century skyscrapers. It’s an ideal place to enjoy pre-dinner cocktails and watch the sun set over the city.
At Threadneedles, we offer a fully DDA-compliant room that has been specifically adapted for those with limited mobility. On our ground floor and facing out to Threadneedles Street, this room has step-free access and features a low-level queen-sized bed and a spacious en-suite, with low sink and adapted shower. The large room (around 29sq m) contains the same facilities as our other spaces, including a smart TV and iPod docking station.