The anticipated arrival of William and Kate’s baby and a nationwide baby boom, the Grosvenor House is collaborating with the esteemed royal nursery designers, Dragons of Walton Street to transform a suite in the hotel into a nursery, Marriott reported. Apparently, since the Duchess revealed that she is expecting women all over England decided that they, too wanted to have babies, and now there’s an influx of women who are with child in that region of the world.

The Dragons of Walton Street nursery will include handmade and hand painted furniture, a comfortable chair for nursing, a coronet, and a changing area. Scenes from London will grace the walls. Guests with small children can undoubtedly appreciate Grosvenor’s consideration in providing children’s furniture in the suite’s living area. The suite is envisioned to be transformed into a nursery that would make every mother’s fantasy come true. In fact, the entire family could just feel as though they are royalty. Future guests can book the room beginning in May and the suite is expected to be ready for guests in June.

Dragons of Walton Street has a 30-year-history in designing nursery’s. Both Prince William and Prince Harry had Dragons of Walton Street nurseries. The company was featured in House and Gardens and Elle Decoration among other publications.

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