Project Focus-Eccleston Square Hotel

This hi-tech, boutique hotel in the exclusive Belgravia district of London is a grade II listed building that honours its heritage externally, but indulges a passion for modern design and technology.

Privacy Smartglass was utilised to separate the bathroom and bedroom, without compromising privacy or light.        Smartglass combines the functionality of an opaque wall with the style and lighting of clear glass allowing for an innovative and intriguing use of space. Privacy Smartglass is the perfect match for modern and chic boutique hotels.Separating bedroom from bathroom with a Smartglass partition allows designers to achieve a creative use of space and light unparalleled in conventional hotel environments.


The design by Woods Bagot provided a sleek and modern solution that opened up the guest rooms to natural light whilst harmonising with the overall theme of the hotel.


Eccleston Square Hotel has opened as London’s most High Tech hotel and is a proud member of Design Hotels. Bordering Belgravia in the heart of Central London SW1, this London boutique hotel sits on an award-winning garden square, close to creative and chic fashion shops, galleries and a myriad of stylish restaurants and bars as well as famous landmarks such as Buckingham Palace.

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600450 Project Focus-Eccleston Square Hotel
Date: 29 March 2013

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