A flower celebrated by the British colonialists, the Primrose, and all that it stands for as a characteristic specimen of the English countryside, finds its symbolic architectural equivalent in the Primrose Suite. Victorian furniture, royal colours and ornate stylings all remind one of the colonial past, and the strong Anglican flavour of all structures of the era. With a flower as its theme, floral motifs are in abundance in the suite. Cushions, curtains, carpets, even the bedroom duvet all carry floral patterns. An al fresco balcony gives one the opportunity to be amidst the real wonders of nature, while the freshest flowers always keep the suite fragrant. Almost a rare old repository of authentic colonial culture, the Primrose suite has an environment that incredibly is as relaxing as it is regal. Even in the midst of a bustling metropolis, it is yet possible to create a world apart.