A former hospital in London turned 'creative hub' will be adding 15 hotel rooms in 2015, designed to fuel guests' creativity and broaden the mind.
Each new room at The Hospital Club in London's Covent Garden features original artwork and curated exhibits from emerging artists within the club's creative community.
Set to open next month, the rooms are fitted with leathers, velvets, warm woods and stained glass.
In keeping with the spirit of the Club -- which spans seven floors and houses everything from an events company and a TV studio to an exhibition gallery, a screening room and a performance space -- a stay in the hotel includes access to events like comedy nights, mixology and cooking classes and networking sessions.
Rooms come in small, medium and large sizes while suites include a private terrace, walk-in shower, bathtub and lounge area.
The private members' only club opened its doors in 2004 by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and former Eurythmics band member David Stewart and has hosted performances by The Who.
Rooms open January 5.