The five-star Scottish resort, Cameron House, has revealed the result of refurbishment works to their bedrooms and suites. The final phase of the work has been completed and it is thought that the hotel has invested £4 million in the development work.
The 136 bedrooms, which includes 26 suites, have all been renovated in order to offer a more contemporary and luxurious experience for their guests. The work has been carried out the rejuvenate the five-star resort but Cameron House still retains its warm and inviting atmosphere that has made Cameron House so popular over the years.
This completion marks the end of a 12-month scheme of refurbishment works. Included in this work is the renovation of the food and beverage offerings as well as the hotel’s other public spaces. Cameron House has also added the Great Scots Bar Terrace which delivers a sensational panoramic open-air space which offers views of Loch Lomond. The design across the hotel has been inspired by its amazing surroundings, with hints of Scottish flavour and modern nods to tartan and layered paisleys found throughout the rooms.
The interior designers were appointed to work on this project were Greyline Design, who have managed to deliver a rich and opulent refurbishment with their choice of bold colours, furnishings and accessories. There are warm copper, bronze and antique brass fittings included throughout and more decadent touches such as Osborne & Little fabrics, bespoke carpets supplied by Gravity Flooring and handmade leather sleigh beds by Paton Developments in all of the rooms.
Cameron house is a five-star resort that has a range of amenities to offer including Michelin star dining, seaplane trips and loch cruises to amazing relaxation spa and golf days. It is great to see that the multi-million-pound investment has created fabulous new spaces while maintaining the popular atmosphere of the hotel.