Newly opened in Sept 2016, The Laslett by Living spaces can be found on Pembridge Gardens, just a minute’s wander from Notting Hill Checkpoint Underground station. A member of Small Luxury Lodges of the World, this boutique hotel is set through five Victorian townhouses along with takes its inspiration coming from Notting Hill’s cultural historical past and creative character. The place is named after Rhaune Laslett, organiser of the original Notting Huge batch Festival.
I was warmly welcomed at wedding reception and personally that can my room via the receptionist.
I stayed inside room 20 within the first floor – a Master Bedroom Suite. It is a fairly generous size, utilizing desk and split table/eating area, as well as the cargo area pictured which was pretty comfortable indeed.
The place provided me with ample space to get on and do some work,?and that i found the location remarkably quiet, despite it’s proximity to the Subterranean.There is a balcony just outside the room, but it is not one that you have access to step out onto.
The bathroom acquired everything you might count on – a single basin, WC, shower and rain shower room above it.
Large wine beverages of Neal’s Yard Remedies (Covent Garden) made with citrus-based essential oils along with citrus were delivered along with bespoke Rooms bath robes, available for purchase from their shop.
Room services are available and a special offers board can be found in a room.
I chose the oak smoked cigarettes salmon fillet with holiday leaves, dill and buttermilk dress up from the main menus but this was hard to get, so I opted instead for one of the special offers – a tasty tomato in addition to goat’s cheese risotto, cleaned down with a 2016 375ml Terre p Mistral Cote du Rhone (other drinks are available from your minibar), followed by a chocolate brownie.
In the evening, I went to the particular Henderson Bar which is open up for?breakfast coming from 7am, and had the season berry followed by smoked salmon bagel.
Other nice touches
There was some sort of?interesting mix of artwork on the walls with my room from your likes of Ann Hulanicki (the founder of the long-lasting west London retail store BIBA), Toby Mott, Brian David Stevens and Jerome Dodd, along with a be aware telling you more about the performers. I could have sworn the Barry Kamen picture of the torso was put upside down until I really took a closer look plus saw his name in the corner.
Rooms along at the Laslett start from 250 per night.
The finest bit
As well as its distance to a well-connected?Undergrond station, I liked the fact that this is the small hotel – adequately tiny for it to have a personal touch.
The very last verdict
The Laslett feels more like a property than a hotel. Rooms are fresh, interestingly-designed in addition to befitting of this elegant part of London.