The Georgian House is launching new Wizard Chambers thanks to the popularity of the original rooms that were launched in 2013.
Serena von der Heyde, owner, general manager and great great granddaughter of the hotel’s builder has invested £35,000 into developing a further two themed bedrooms.
Guests have to pass through a passageway hidden inconspicuously behind a bookcase to reach the Wizard Chambers.
They boast stained glass windows, wood burners, pewter cookware, curious artefacts and four-poster beds draped with velvet curtains.
The two new rooms have been designed to offer a more sophisticated feel especially for couples, not just families.
Situated a few minutes’ walk from Victoria station, the hotel adds to the South East’s already thriving wizarding experiences, ranging from the Warner Brothers Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter, in Hertfordshire to the Muggle Walking Tours in London.