Scottish five-star resort Cameron House has unveiled its newly refurbished bedrooms and suites completing the final phase of its £4 million investment.
The 136 bedrooms, including 26 suites, have all been updated to offer a contemporary, luxury look while retaining the warm and inviting atmosphere guests have always enjoyed at Cameron House.
The design scheme takes inspiration from the hotel’s stunning surroundings, injecting a Scottish flavour with contemporary nods to tartan and layered paisleys throughout the rooms.
The completion of the bedrooms marks the end of a 12 month refurbishment plan at Cameron House, which has invested £4 million into the resort. The year-long project has included a revamping of the food and beverage offering along with the hotel’s other public spaces, and the addition of the new Great Scots Bar Terrace, which offers a panoramic open-air space overlooking Loch Lomond.
It's fantastic to see the culmination of this multi-million pound investment into the hotel.Andy Roger
Greyline Design, the interior designers appointed to undertake the refurbishment, have given the rooms a rich, colourful and opulent feel, by adding bold reds, including mixed eclectic furnishings and accessories that use a mixture of warm copper, bronze and antique brass fittings. Luxurious touches include fabrics from Osborne & Little, bespoke carpets from Gravity Flooring and upholstery from Zoffany with the main focal point in every room being the sumptuous handmade leather sleigh beds by Paton Developments.
Andy Roger, Resort Director, says: “We hope guests will agree the new-look bedrooms complement the investment made throughout the resort, ensuring we continue to deliver a truly luxurious experience that offers guests only the best standards and showcases our hotel and its stunning location.”
Cameron House is a five-star resort situated on the banks of Loch Lomond offering a range of amenities, from Michelin star dining, seaplane trips and loch cruises to the ultimate relaxation spa and golf days.
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