Stendhal discovers London in 1817. He went to get in the London capital a cure for melancholy and I found it enough. He liked “the long walks along the Thames to Little Chelsea and small houses lined with rosebushes.” It was in one of those quiet, tree-lined streets, typical of London, as The Laslett is housed.
The Laslett is the fashionable London address, running the modern and demanding London and just opened in the 2015 summer. The Laslett is refinement in its purest form. The elegance is delicately combined with minimalism. A stately Victorian house in the Notting Hill is a few blocks from Portobello Market. Twenty rooms in a near color line raw tones, white and taupe, which gives pride of place to contemporary art and spirit British. We are far, very far from the sterile atmosphere of a little old school hotels. It is impeccable, with faultless taste. It is precious without being pretentious. Some would say a little cold, but they retort that it is well suited to the spirit of Victorian London. The Laslett enters the front door between the classification of those addresses without artifice that know how to find the right balance between trendy and warm welcome. Goodbye pompous palaces!