The Laslett Hotel in Notting Hill is a luxurious hotel that feels as if you’re in a chic private residence. The Laslett is located in five Victorian townhouses in a quiet street in the popular Notting Hill neighbourhood. The hotel is designed by Tom Bartlett of Waldo Works who are known for their amazing combination of heritage and modernity. Here in The Laslett you will find a combination of Notting Hill’s rich cultural heritage, as well as the energy and creativity that characterises the contemporary local scene.
The hotel couldn’t be more British. All rooms and public spaces are filled with British design and the artwork is selected by Ben Kelway of Atlas Studio, giving the hotel an eclectic and unique character.
The Laslett takes its name from Rhaune Laslett, a local activist who organised the original Notting Hill Festival, which would eventually evolve into the famous Carnival.
The ground floor doesn’t feel like a hotel lobby but more as a neighbourhood hangout. In the artfull spaces you will find a British library, a coffeeshop and a shop where collaborations with artists and designers are being showcased.
photos via The Laslett
Stunning isn’t it? The rooms are so chic like you see in many hotels but for me the artwork really makes this hotel stand out. It gives the impression as if you’re in a private bedroom instead of a hotel room.