Taking artistic ambience to another level, the Lord Byron hotel is a living expression of an enduring love of art.
Enigmatic girls in dreamy 1930’s fashion, lovingly immortalised by eminent Art Déco painters such as Maurice Paul Joron and Nicholas Granger Taylor have occupied the walls of the ‘White House’ for almost a century.
They provide the key to interpreting the soul of the Lord Byron. At Lord Byron, art is not only a concept or a convenient form of decoration. This is a boutique hotel conceived around the artistic impressions of a distinctive period that has resulted in an invigorating take on hospitality.
All 32 rooms and suites are exquisitely restored to uniquely portray the eclectic Thirties Art-Déco style of design with original masterpieces inspired by the period’s luminary; Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann.