Globe-Trotter’s New Collection Inspired By Kate Middleton’s Wedding Hotel


Globe-Trotter Goring suitcase

Princess Kate Middleton and Prince William might have just welcomed a new baby girl into their lives, high-end suitcase brand Globe-Trotter has also just released a gorgeous set of collection, inspired by The Goring – the luxury London hotel where Kate Middleton and her family stayed before the royal wedding in 2011.

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Located near the Buckingham Palace, The Goring Hotel was opened by Otto Richard Goring on 2 March 1910 and professed to be the first hotel in the world in which every room had a private bathroom and central heating. In 1914, The Goring became the command centre for the Chief of Allied Forces, and contact with President Woodrow Wilson during World War I was made from this hotel. In 1919, Lady Randolph Churchill, the mother of Winston Churchill, moved into The Goring Hotel. The Queen Mother was a regular at The Goring and it was the location for her last public appearance.

Globe Trotter suitcases

Its history and luxurious brand in hospitality has inspired Globe-Trotter to release a set of luggage in 9 sizes, in colors and materials that reflect upon the Goring’s interior designs with Gainsborough silk lining (just like the silk used in The Goring’s walls.) This collection starts at $807 and is limited-edition.

Let’s jetset in royalty!

Photos: The Goring, Globe-Trotter

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