Amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, Rosewood Hotel stands tall as a grand and elegant hotel that offers a serene escape from the chaos. Its quiet sophistication and luxury are unmatched, making it one of the capital’s finest five-star hotels in London. The Edwardian Grade II-listed building seamlessly blends traditional English heritage with modern elegance, resulting in a luxurious hotel that feels like a stylish London residence.
Rosewood London Hotel had a requirement for the removals and storage of furniture and effects. They would be relocated from 252 High Holborn to Cube Self Storage in Uckfield.
The project was divided into five phases starting from August 2022. The completion was expected to be around the end of March in 2023.
Before beginning the removal process, Cube specialist movers conducted an inspection of the building’s interior using a digital camera. Any issues found were documented and discussed in a mutually agreed report. To protect vulnerable areas like access routes, lift interiors, and doors, the team installed correx, layered paper covers, and hardboards.
The main objective of Cube Relocations (Edward Baden Specialist Movers) was to ensure that the removals and storage project was completed with minimum downtime to the Rosewood Hotel. The team professionally packed and collected Rosewood London bedroom furniture and effects. According to the instruction, the team cleared one floor at a time. This translated to around 10 to 15 bedrooms per visit per working day. Cube Relocations handled a total of 230 hotel rooms and delivered the items to their storage facility while the hotel underwent renovations. After an approximate 4 weeks, our team returned and unpacked the furniture back into their original positions. Additionally, the specialists ensured the environmentally-friendly removal of any unwanted materials.
Since its opening in October 2013, the Rosewood London Hotel has gained a reputation as one of the world’s finest luxury hotels. The business also earned many awards and accolades from various travel publications and organisations.