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• 89 square metres / 958 square feet
• One or Two Bedroom Suite
• 30ft drawing room with Steinway grand piano OR oval dining table seating 8
• En-suite bathroom in fleur de peche marble
• 42” plasma screen TV in the drawing room
• 32"" plasma screen TV in the bedroom
• Combination CD DVD players
• Original artwork
PRIVATE DINING FOR 8 OR MUSIC FROM A STEINWAY GRAND
The palatial Sutherland Suites are among the most impressive suites in the Connaught's luxury Hotel. Each boasts a 30ft drawing room, decorated with astounding original artwork and elegantly elaborate antique furniture. We offer the option to connect to an adjoining room to create a luxurious and spacious two bedroom Suite.
THE PIANO SUTHERLAND SUITE
Perfect for musicians and composers, this soundproofed Suite contains a concert-quality 1909 Steinway grand piano.
THE DINING SUTHERLAND SUITE
For families or those who wish to entertain privately, this Suite offers an oval dining table that seats eight in the drawing room.
The en-suite bathroom is delicate, warmly coloured fleur de peche marble, with a 17” LCD television, walk-in shower and separate enclosure for WC and bidet.
Designer Guy Oliver crafted the Sutherland Suites to emphasise the grandeur of the 30-feet long, high ceilinged drawing rooms.
PERIOD CHARM AND MODERN TECHNOLOGY
Each Suite brings to mind the gallery of an English stately home. They are decorated with astonishing artwork, from striking paintings of exotic birds to the tranquil Portrait of a Lady.
A period chimney piece, ebony writing table and ornate bookcases complete the picture – into which every modern technology blends effortlessly.
Hand-carved in Italy and France, the bedroom furniture in your Sutherland Suite is perfectly in keeping with the rich, historic ambience.
THE PIANIST'S PIANO
Before coming to the Connaught, the Steinway grand piano in the Piano Sutherland Suite belonged to famed Jewish-Polish pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman. Szpilman’s astonishing survival of the holocaust formed the basis for the Oscar-winning film The Pianist.