The new Trinity Square Hotel features 100 guest rooms and 41 fully serviced luxury apartments in the centre of London. Overlooking the Tower of London World Heritage Site, the hotel was once home to the Port of London authority but has been transformed into a luxurious hotel providing guests with a 5* hospitality experience. Hotel amenities include two restaurants, the Michelin two star La Dame de Pic London and the Rotunda bar, the restored UN Ballroom and Merchants’ Hall, a suite of club and meeting rooms and a luxury spa.
The refurbishment has been designed to preserve the buildings original character, seeing the original central rotunda restored, whilst reconnecting the courtyard space to the greater public realm, including the surrounding Trinity Gardens and Seething Lane Garden.
The scheme’s interior design showcases the restoration and preservation of as many of the surviving original features as possible, including the walnut panelling and rich carvings in the old board room of the Port of London Authority which, in 1946, hosted the reception for the first meeting of the United Nations.
Working alongside the architect, our team provided the Performance Design for MEP, acoustics and BREEAM services, and acted as Client Monitoring consultant for the site stage.
Integration of the new MEP services required complex coordination with the historic building fabric and heritage areas. Water mist fire protection was used to minimise intervention with the existing ceilings and to limit the need for large bulk water storage.
Client: Reignwood Investments Ltd
Architect: Aukett Swanke