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  • A view of Ham Yard Hotel's Library from the entrance, showing a table with artwork and fresh flowers in the foreground, backed by a seating area with sofas and armchairs in floral and neutral colors and patterns, arranged in front of a fireplace with book filled walls on both sides.
  • A large painting of horses in nature hung above a large wooden cabinet with quirky artwork and designed lamps placed on top and two comfortable armchairs on either side of the cabinet.
  • Quirky artwork in form of colorful mushrooms encapsulated in glass goblets placed on the entrance table in the Library at Ham Yard Hotel.
  • Ceramic vase with fresh flowers in deep reds and purples placed next to a quirky piece of art showing the Queen and some of her Beefeater's encapsulated in a glass goblet on a table in the Library.

    The Library at Ham Yard Hotel is a hand-picked reading and reference library to inspire, entertain and better inform. The collection includes a large section on London, its history, arts, literature, culture and politics and a wide selection on travel, world history and global issues. For those who want to escape there is an abundance of prize winning literature and thrillers. The brass plates are a guide to the categories and subject headings.

    The walls are lined with Kit Kemp's Christopher Farr fabric, Ozone, with hand embroidered Suzani curtains from her Chelsea Textiles collection. The large honesty bar encourages guests to make themselves at home by fixing themselves a cocktail, coffee or nightcap.