L’oscar London is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem. The former headquarters of the Baptist Church has now been fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory. Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia, creating his first London hotel. Set near Covent Garden, L'oscar London is in an ideal location for experiencing the heart of the city, where guests can enjoy easy access to a range of luxury boutiques, restaurants and cultural hot spots including Theatreland, the British Museum and the Royal Opera House. L’oscar London embodies a theatrical style throughout its interior with original Doulton fireplaces, crystal butterfly wing taps, a seven-storey chandelier and its signature glasses - rare hollow stemmed Champagne coupes. L’oscar London is a place to stay, and play – with a series of accompanying restaurants, cafes, bars and leisure spaces – promising to be a destination of both visual and gastronomic temptation.
Following a multi-million pound top to toe transformation, The Kimpton Fitzroy London opened in October 2018 in the heart of Bloomsbury, London’s most literary neighbourhood. The hotel will combine the glamour of its heritage with the character of its location, which connects the West End to the south, City to the east, and revitalized King’s Cross just five minutes away to the north. The hotel will include 334 guestrooms and suites designed by Tara Bernerd and Partners with carefully chosen artwork and accessories with nods to Bloomsbury’s literary and artistic heritage. At the heart of the hotel, the elegant Palm Court with its double-height glass ceiling will offer a place to relax and celebrate. The service will be intuitive, cleverly mixing nods to the past such as drinks trolleys and afternoon tea. With its own entrance, Burr & Co. the casual coffeehouse will be open for breakfast and throughout the day, evolving into a neighbourhood wine bar in the evening. Affordable and easy-going, Burr & Co. will be somewhere you can sit with a cup of coffee or meet up with friends for sharing small plates and to enjoy glasses of wine or beer ‘on tap’. The Galvin Bar and Grill is taking a modern-day approach to the British bar and grill with a menu that focuses on ethically sourced produce. While rooted in British cooking, the menu will not be dedicated to traditional dishes, instead, drawing on other cultures to reflect the diversity of modern Britain. The menu will represent how the Galvins would like to see Britain today: ethical, generous and open. The restaurant will also feature an oyster bar for a dash of affordable luxury. Fitz’s, the glamourous hotel bar is a fun and timeless destination with its creative cocktails and Gatsby-style decor. The Kimpton Fitzroy London is also a very desirable choice for corporate meetings and special occasions. The service at the Kimpton Fitzroy London is 5 star, welcoming and modern-minded, with a focus on making our guest’s stay as enjoyable as possible, whether they are travelling for business or leisure.
Located in Soho, W London has unveiled a multi-million-pound transformation in 2019 of all rooms and suites. Plugged into the pulse of London’s energetic social scene, this is where louder-than-life Soho mixes with the glitzy West End. Tune-in to a contradictory lifestyle of RETOX/DETOX in one of the newly renovated 192 guestrooms or suites, suited and booted in playful design and showcasing the latest in-room technology courtesy of Digivalet. The first hotel in the UK to implement this technology, W London redefines luxury with one of the most advanced tablet-based systems in the industry, allowing you to personalise your stay from check-in to check-out. Mix and mingle at the destination bar, The Perception, with a bold F&B offering and innovative cocktails or energize at FIT with the ultimate recharge at the hotel’s urban oasis, AWAY® Spa. Our Whatever/Whenever® service takes care of everything else.
The Wellesley is a beautifully restored 1920’s townhouse hotel which offers boutique luxury, traditional glamour and uncompromising service. The hotel has stunning views of Hyde Park, 24-hour butler service, courtesy luxury car drop off service (within a 1.5mile radius), complimentary high speed Wi-Fi and a Samsung tablet for each room. Situated over seven floors, the bedrooms and suites are light and lavish with rich furnishings and sumptuous finishes. The Wellesley Penthouse Suite occupies the entire sixth and seventh floors with incredible views, a separate lounge area and boardroom, four bedrooms and state-of-the-art technology. With one of the largest bespoke humidors in the world, The Wellesley is also a haven for cigar enthusiasts. Guests can relax in two decadent outdoor cigar terraces, which provide an intimate yet spacious environment to indulge in a fine cigar. The Crystal Bar showcases a wall of the finest whiskies and Cognacs and the perfect spot for a late night cocktail or aperitif. The Oval Restaurant offers seasonal Italian dishes complemented by exquisite service and unrivalled surrounds. While the Jazz Lounge presents both established and up-and-coming acts in an intimate style and atmosphere. Guests can enjoy a selection of high teas while listening to live piano music, or settle back with a cocktail during the evening.
Welcome to Cheval Three Quays, a luxury all-apartment/suite Residence available to book for any length of stay, from one night to one year or more. Whether you are visiting London for business or pleasure, the property is superbly located next to the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and London's financial district. In line with it's proximity to the River Thames, Cheval Three Quays has been designed with the tranquil theme of water throughout. You will notice this, as well as the fabulous hospitality, once you step into the main lobby. The property has 159 luxury riverside apartments composed of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms as well as a number of stunning penthouses, many with unrivalled views across London's skyline and the River Thames. 24 h reception/concierge service, gym, daily housekeeping
The Ritz, London. Few other places can summon such an immediate atmosphere of unparalleled style, sophistication and elegance. ALL Perfectly located in the heart of London the Hotel offers views along Piccadilly to Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge on one side, Piccadilly Circus to the other and with spectacular views over the Green Park towards Buckingham Palace. Opened in 1906, the Ritz today still retains the personal feel of a French country house whilst offering all the glamour, excitement and graceful living that are synonymous with this legendary, world famous hotel. Returned to private British ownership, The Ritz has been totally and lovingly refurbished to restore even the fabrics to their original Louis XVI style. Attention to detail and personal service are elevated to a fine art so that guests may always be assured of a magical and memorable experience. Ideal for Families, interconnecting rooms confirmed at time of reservation and complimentary Kidz@ The Ritz Programme for the little travellers. The only hotel in the world to receive a Royal Warrant from His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, for Banqueting and Catering services, the hotel offers a selection of fine dining venues. The Michelin Star Ritz Restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with dinner dances on Fridays and Saturdays, is considered to be one of the most beautiful dining rooms in Europe. The Palm Court is renowned for afternoon tea and The Rivoli Bar is ideal for cocktails or light meals. Free Wi-Fi in all the rooms.
COMO Metropolitan London combines accurate service, sophisticated design, and a vibrant Park Lane location. The city's most refined neighborhoods — Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Piccadilly — are each just a short walk away. Many rooms and suites overlook leafy Hyde Park, flooded with natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The iconic, contemporary style uses dark walnuts, fresh whites, and warm yellows, with oversized window seats in many rooms and large rainfall showers. Each spacious and modern room includes Nespresso machines, Loewe interactive TVs with yoga and meditation channels, and a goose-down duvet. There are spaces for private events, from business meetings in the White Room to intimate receptions in the stand-out COMO Suite. The Japanese-Peruvian restaurant Nobu features award-winning cuisine. Guests can retreat to COMO Shambhala Urban Escape, offering a full range of holistic Asian therapies in addition to yoga and a fully-equipped gym. Each room includes a yoga mat and complimentary in-room yoga & meditation programming. Nineteen two-bedroom luxury Residences offer full kitchens and living spaces perfect for families or extended stays. Hyde Park Corner Underground Station is less than a 5-minute walk away. Buckingham Palace and Green Park are just 10 minutes walk from the hotel.
Number Sixteen is one of London’s very first boutique hotels and it forms part of a row of gleaming white stucco mid Victorian townhouses. It originally opened in the 1980’s and instantly became popular with discerning travellers looking for an alternative to the larger Park Lane hotels. Now several years on, Tim and Kit Kemp have given it a new lease of life and Kit has redesigned the hotel in her signature, fresh modern English style. The hotel comprises 41 individually designed bedrooms each containing all the facilities expected in a Firmdale property. There are two ground floor drawing rooms, the first is light and bright and features a quirky mix of modern art and furniture and the second is warm and cosy and incorporates a fully stocked honesty bar. But it is Number Sixteen’s conservatory featuring an interesting mix of ethnic art, and private tree filled garden that really sets it apart. It is perfect for guests to relax in, dine or entertain friends or colleagues and the garden rooms have their own private courtyards with direct access to the garden. Kindly note that WiFi at the hotel is complimentary
Feel an unparalleled connection to London at Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard. Stay in the capital’s highest hotel, in one of the world’s most iconic buildings, whilst enjoying panoramic skyline views that connect you to the whole city from any of the 202 guest rooms and suites. The sky-high property is located right on top of bustling London Bridge station, contrasting sleek modern style with the area’s rich historic character. Connect with an authentic part of London in our vibrant neighbourhood, the city’s new ‘it’ spot; balancing old and new, raw and refined, traditional and visionary. Take the day and explore nearby food destinations such as Borough Market and Bermondsey Street, and enrich the trip with one-of-a-kind local offerings. Staying in London Bridge lets you benefit from the most convenient transportation access, whether by foot, car, boat or rail. Gatwick Express also comes through London Bridge Statio. For leisure visits, we easily connect to all of London’s most famous landmarks, from Big Ben to St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London. For business, it’s a quick trip to the City and Canary Wharf. The hotel is also in close proximity to the O2 along with other key music venues such as Southbank Centre, Barbican Centre and Somerset House. To capture London’s dynamic personality, the hotel's service has been redefined with a style that feels friendly, warm and genuine, offering a truly unique experience of the capital. At the end of a busy day, relax with a sunset cocktail at the city's highest bar, GONG on level 52, where the city views sparkle as the evening sky gently shifts colour or alternatively, take a dip in the hotel’s infinity Skypool, also located on the same floor and overlooking London in its entirety.
The London West Hollywood is a sophisticated and modern luxury hotel nestled below the Hollywood Hills and adjacent to Beverly Hills, with sweeping views of the Los Angeles and Beverly Hills skylines. The hotel was designed by David Collins Studio and has earned the honor of AAA’s “Four Diamond” Award. The property is made up of 226 large suites that consist of open floor plans with distinct sleep and lounge areas, private balconies, and over sized Waterworks bathrooms, all while maintaining an effortless California vibe. All culinary, including restaurants & bar, room service and catering is under the direction of the culinary team of Chef Anthony Keene. Amenities include a beautiful rooftop pool, Alex Roldan Salon & Nail Services, and 24 hour state of the art fitness center.
Combining architectural heritage with contemporary art and design, Hotel Café Royal, London, a hotel of The Set, has been reincarnated as a luxury hotel in the heart of London’s West End with the elegance of Mayfair to the west and the creativity of Soho to the east. Grand historic areas have been sensitively restored while 159 guestrooms and suites (including seven signature suites) have been created in a contemporary yet refined style. The hotel offers a selection of restaurants and bars, including Cakes & Bubbles by World's Best Pastry chef which serves a parade of exceptional desserts alongside a selection of Champagne. Hotel Café Royal's award-winning afternoon tea service, presented masterfully by our skilled and creative culinary team is served in the dramatic setting of the Oscar Wilde Lounge. Dating back to 1865 and formerly known as the Grill Room, the gilded Oscar Wilde Lounge was renamed in honour of our most famous patron becoming the Oscar Wilde Lounge. The Green Bar is inspired by the cocktail list inspired by the Café Royal Cocktail Book, written and published by W.J. Tarling, a former bartender at Cafe Royal’s fabled Grill Room. The Akasha Holistic Wellbeing boasts an 18 meter pool, sauna, Hammam, Jacuzzi, spacious gym, nine treatment rooms and fitness and yoga classes.
11 Cadogan Gardens is a 5-star boutique hotel situated just off Sloane Street in the heart of Chelsea. This superb location puts guests within immediate access of the exclusive Knightsbridge fashion boutiques as well as Harrods and Harvey Nichols. The Saatchi Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, Royal Albert Hall and Royal Hospital Chelsea - home of the Chelsea Flower Show - are also in close proximity. London's only Relais and Chateaux hotel member boasts 56 individually designed bedrooms, including 21 suites in a historical building comprising four Victorian townhouses that were built by Lord Chelsea in the late 19th Century. In April 2021, this was added to with 6 luxe-contemporary apartments in an equally beautiful Victorian terracotta townhouse that is seperated from the hotel by the private Cadogan Gardens. Each apartment expands across an entire foor and offers one, two or three bedroom accommodation - ideally for families and those looking for longer stays at an exclusive London address. Guests enjoy an array of public areas to relax and unwind in, and with each space so unique and welcoming, sometimes the choice is not always easy. For those in search of 'al fresco', a mid-morning coffee on the Terrace must be considered. The Drawing Room with its open fire is perfect for a traditional afternoon tea experience, while those in search of a classic cocktail will want to head for the Chelsea Bar. The hotel's restaurant and all-day eatery, Hans' Bar & Grill, is not to be missed either as it has quickly become a Chelsea village favourite. From here, guests can step onto the pedestrianized Pavilion Road - a stunning and vibrant London destination that is exciting locals and visitors alike with its artisan food, beauty and fashion stores, and various other restaurants too.
The Cadogan, a Belmond Hotel, London is a stylish retreat in the heart of Chelsea. Step inside and discover an indulgent city hideaway where every detail weaves together past and present. If walls could talk, this hotel's would have some captivating stories to tell. Its address has long been a playground for socialites and bohemians like Oscar Wilde and Lillie Langtry. Today, The Cadogan celebrates its past and heritage while offering modern, understated luxury. From the all day dining taking inspiration from the grand cafes of Europe, and tranquil garden to quirky design details and in-room libraries, this is London living perfected. When you stay at The Cadogan, London is yours to explore. Step out from the main entrance and be swept up in the luxury brands and high-end retailers of Knightsbridge. Alternatively slip out of the side door and be in the artistic heart of Chelsea, full of craft boutiques, artisanal food and trendy drinking spots. After a day sampling the delights of the city, you’ll find every indulgence awaiting you back at the hotel. Cosy up in front of the fire with your drink of choice, or slip into the indulgence of your beautiful suite. It’s truly a welcome home.
A magnificent five-star London hotel on the banks of The Thames near Westminster, Whitehall and The Strand Offering supreme luxury and panoramic views over the River Thames and the London Eye, The Royal Horseguards is a true London icon. Luxury Hotel Rooms With original tiled floors, high ceilings and chandeliers, The Royal Horseguards combines an extraordinary history and heritage – it was the HQ of the Secret Service during the First World War - with all the five-star comforts of the 21st century. Exclusive Bars & Restaurants near Charing Cross & Trafalgar Square Our Award-winning One Twenty One Two restaurant recreates the intimacy and intrigue of the hotel’s secret history and aristocratic connections, whilst the elegant lounge serves our world famous traditional Afternoon Tea. Fancy something a little stronger? Try one of our lavish cocktails in Equus Bar. Perfectly located Central London Hotel near London Eye London’s Royal Horseguards Hotel, at a glance: Winner of TripAdvisor's Travellers' Choice Awards A range of luxurious bedrooms and Suites, many with river views 2 AA Rosettes Stylish cocktail bar and intimate restaurant, plus a secluded outdoor terrace A member of The Tea Guild, serving Traditional Afternoon Tea Prestigious riverside location, within walking distance of Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace and the Royal Parks. Incorporating One Whitehall Place, an historic venue for weddings, meetings and conferences.
Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square offers a landmark contemporary experience in an iconic building, steps from world-leading businesses and historic attractions. Overlooking the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the River Thames, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is remarkably located on the cusp of both the City’s financial district and the exciting food, drink and art scene of East London. The hotel is a destination in its own right with Michelin-starred dining, outstanding spa facilities, a private members club and more. First opened in 1922 as the headquarters of the Port of London Authority, the Grade-II* listed building incorporates 110 rooms, suites and residences, in addition to Ten Trinity Square Private Club. Facilities include three distinct dining outlets – the two-Michelin starred La Dame de Pic London, Asian Restaurant Mei Ume and the Rotunda Bar and Lounge – as well as an extensive Spa, subterranean swimming pool and Fitness Centre. With 16,000 square feet of world-class meeting facilities to accommodate up to 250 guests for a reception. The UN Ballroom is a grade one listed historic wood paneled space guaranteed to impress with views over the Tower or London, the self-contained floor of 3 small meeting rooms is exclusive and technologically advanced.
Located in Bishopsgate in the heart of the City of London, moments from Liverpool Street Station, Pan Pacific London is on the doorstep of world-renowned locations, yet also home to its own inner world. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the hotel takes innovation and understated luxury to new heights. Yabu Pushelberg is famed for creating immersive interiors and sensory spaces across the world. Together, they have crafted our hotel to recognise the diversity of London design, whilst honouring Singaporean authenticities. Pan Pacific London a luxuriant haven in the city is home to signature restaurant Straits Kitchen showcasing Singaporean-style dining, Ginger Lily, a lively cocktail bar and The Orchid Lounge, a timeless elegant living room serving Kopi Tiam, our bespoke Singaporean-inspired afternoon tea. Epitomising the juxtaposition of old and new London architecture, Bishopsgate Plaza encapsulates a 43-storey bronze tower, home to Pan Pacific London and private residential apartments whilst the 144-year old Devonshire Row showcases designer shops, a restaurant and a contemporary destination cocktail bar. A landscaped public plaza seamlessly connects these two cultural hubs together, making it a 24-hour destination for meeting, living, working and discovering. As a pet-loving hotel, we welcome your 4-legged friends. Changing The City Skyline from September 2021.
The NoMad Hotel is the first international outpost for the brand and is located in the heart of Covent Garden, just opposite the Royal Opera House. Housed in the former Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station, the iconic 19th-century building has been thoughtfully transformed into a 91-room hotel with much of the original architectural features preserved and woven into the design. The property offers a culture of gracious hospitality combined with understated elegance and comfort. The NoMad Restaurant offers a casually elegant, all-day menu and is set inside a lushly landscaped atrium with a soaring glass ceiling. In addition to the main restaurant, Side Hustle, on the corner where the entrance to the police station once stood, serves an inventive shared plates menu inspired by the freshness and flavors of California and Mexico alongside an extensive menu of agave-base spirits. The Library is a place for guests to unwind, offering respite from the city any time of day, serving light fare, coffee, or even a carafe of wine. Opening in November 2021 is Common Decency, a richly immersive and sultry subterranean lounge where a new cocktail program will be served amid live entertainment and impromptu performance. Accommodations offer an understated luxury and residential feel that is distinctly NoMad, including hardwood floors throughout, Carrara marble mosaic bathrooms, Argan bath amenities by Côté Bastide, custom artwork curated by be-poles, fully stocked minibars, complimentary high-speed internet, nightly turndown service, 24-hour room service, and complimentary newspaper delivery on request. Touchless check-in and keyless entry.
Rosewood London combines English heritage with contemporary sophistication in the heart of London, moments from Covent Garden. The hotel has the feel of a stylish London residence, with 263 guestrooms and 45 suites, including the Grand Manor House Wing, an exclusive six-bedroom suite. Guests savour British dishes at Holborn Dining Room, indulge in artful cocktails over live jazz at Scarfes Bar, and enjoy all day dining and art afternoon tea in the Mirror Room. Housed within an Edwardian Grade II listed building, in one of London’s most historic yet dynamic locales, just a stone’s throw away from Lamb’s Conduit Street, the Royal Opera House, the British Museum and West End Theatres. Living like true Londoners, guests can experience Pie and Gin Masterclasses at Holborn Dining Room or bring their dogs to stay and be outfitted in Barbour. Wellness facilities include a 24-hour fitness suite and rejuvenating Sense spa, with exclusive treatments from expert skincare brands, as well as five-star hair treatments from award-winning celebrity stylist Matthew Curtis. The hotel has 11 event spaces including the stunning Grand Ballroom, three heritage boardrooms boasting original architectural features, and two private dining rooms, one of which features a show kitchen unique to Rosewood London, offering an interactive dining experience.
A stay at The Egerton House Hotel gives you style and exclusivity in equal measure. Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, the fashionable address that draws upmarket shoppers from around the world. Guests feel more like friends when they stay at The Egerton House Hotel. That's why they come back so often, and with so much enthusiasm. Once they've experienced The Egerton's unique 5-star hospitality, they never want to try anything else. Here, the atmosphere is stylish and elegant; the service, impeccable. The experience begins the moment you arrive. Guests are greeted with a warm smile and a chilled glass of champagne or, if you prefer, a steaming pot of tea. In your room, you'll find fresh fruit, your favourite music, fresh water and personalised welcome cards. These are the touches that turn a stay at this boutique hotel into an unforgettable luxury escape. The Egerton feels like home because you're surrounded by people who care. We know what you like because we take the trouble to find out. Your stay at the 5-star Egerton House Hotel takes you back to a more discerning age – a time when service, hospitality, and elegant accommodation were held in high esteem. Although the entire hotel has been refurbished and upgraded with fine fabrics and antique Italian furnishings, none of the character has been lost. The rooms retain the grandeur and exclusivity of the townhouses of which they were once part. Each of the 28 rooms and top-floor studio suites casts its own spell. Some are richly flamboyant, others are altogether more peaceful. No two are alike, yet all share a single-minded approach to luxurious city escapism and a glorious night's sleep. All rooms have hand-stitched mattresses, down pillows and duvets or 16-thread Egyptian cotton sheets. They also include a well-stocked minibar, an iPod docking station, Wi-Fi, cable TV, and air conditioning. Among the many unique features of this small jewel of a hotel is a glorious collection of original artworks from artists such as Picasso, Matisse, and Toulouse-Lautrec.
Boutique in feeling yet staggering in scale, The Londoner is set to transform the city’s hotel landscape and hospitality scene. In excess of a 500 million Euro investment, the hotel opens across 16 stories housing 350 guest rooms and suites with panoramic views. At ground level, guests will enter the Lobby where the hotels signature restaurant will evolve from a cosy meeting spot in the day into a vibrant dinner spot in the evening. On the rooftop, a new destination for discerning Londoners, sits a contemporary Japanese lounge and bar, with open air fire pit - a true rarity in London. Additionally, a tavern on the ground floor will offer a specially curated drinks menu with daily unplugged music performances. A hotel guest only area – The Residence - made up of three distinct spaces will be located on the first floor, serving a complimentary non-alcoholic beverage and light food menu. In the subterranean levels are a variety of meeting spaces, including a state-of-the-art ballroom accommodating up to 864 guests; a room for bespoke events and seven private meeting rooms, as well as a spa; swimming pool and gym; hair and nail salon; barber shop and two private screening rooms. A regular events programme will bring exclusive experiences, performances and installations to the hotel.
Located on the prestigious Grosvenor Square, just moments from the stylish shopping boutiques of Bond Street and Mount Street, The Biltmore Mayfair is the ultimate London address. Luxurious, elegant and classical with a contemporary twist, it is also an address which was home to some of the most influential men and women in British history and culture. Embracing the notion of bringing the outside in, guests are greeted by stunning floral displays, delicate handcrafted ceramic leaves adorning the walls and gold butterflies dotted throughout the restaurant. The 250 luxuriously-appointed rooms and 57 opulent suites feature Italian marble bathrooms with Penhaligon’s Quercus amenities, plush furnishings and exquisite comfort to reflect the property’s origins as a sophisticated and stylish private London residence. Guests can enjoy an array of dining options overseen by Michelin-starred chef, Jason Atherton, be it from the casual menu at The Café Biltmore Restaurant & Terrace – perfect for alfresco dining year-round, fine dining at The Betterment, or an indulgent afternoon tea at the Tea Lounge. Four flexible meeting spaces and two private dining rooms provide a stunning setting for any event, from intimate gatherings to larger-scale celebrations. The hotel’s expansive state-of-the-art gym with private workout studio is open 24/7. Whether guests are travelling solo, as a couple or with the entire family, a stay will leave a lasting impression and ensure The Biltmore Mayfair is somewhere they long to return to.
Located in the heart of Mayfair, Grosvenor House Suites offer an exclusive Park Lane address for your London stay. Moments from the boutiques, fashionable restaurants and galleries of Mount Street and just a stone's throw from Hyde Park, the residences offer easy access to London's best shopping, dining and living. With 130 contemporary suites, from self-contained studios to a stunning five-bedroom penthouse with glamorous reception rooms and a balcony overlooking Hyde Park and beyond, Grosvenor House Suites are ideal for business or leisure. Attractions near your Mayfair residence in central London Nestled opposite Hyde Park, Grosvenor House Suites are centrally situated on Park Lane in the sophisticated Mayfair area of central London. Boasting excellent transport links with the rest of the city – nearby underground stations include Bond Street and Marble Arch on the Central Line and Hyde Park Corner on the Piccadilly Line. The many transport links offer convenient access to the rest of London and many central London attractions, including the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and Tower of London. The fashionable shopping districts of Knightsbridge, Oxford Street and Bond Street are all within easy walking distance of these exclusive London residences. Staying at Grosvenor House Suites in central London Experience unparalleled person alised service within a contemporary setting. From daily maid service to state of the art technology, and 24 hour Concierge, these stylish residences feature everything that you would expect from a luxury property, plus full kitchen facilities including gas cook top, combination microwave oven, washing machine, dishwasher and full cutlery, crockery and glassware. Providing the perfect location for visitors to the city, whether on business or visiting London for leisure. A stylish and contemporary oasis in an exciting city, a warm welcome ensures that this is your perfect home from home.
From the people who brought you the renowned Cliveden House and Chewton Glen, comes The Mayfair Townhouse - a new high-end neighbourhood hotel overlooking London’s Green Park. Curious, engaging, witty - The Mayfair Townhouse delivers the unexpected and redefines what it means to be a London hotel. Part of Iconic Luxury Hotels, this is the fifth hotel in the portfolio, introducing a new unexpected personality from the traditional brand offering. Think Oscar Wilde meets Alice in Wonderland. Bringing a new lifestyle product into one of London’s most distinguished neighbourhoods, The Mayfair Townhouse is the new charismatic ‘kid on the block’ - a product that has never been experienced in Mayfair. The Mayfair Townhouse is situated in Mayfair, within walking distance from Shepherd Market and The Green Park. Located on Half Moon Street alongside Piccadilly, the hotel comprises of 15 townhouses – which seven of which are Georgian listed buildings within its structure and welcomes guests seeking a discreet London address that is steps away from the city’s most acclaimed restaurants, luxury shopping, art galleries and museums. Without the traditions of a regular hotel, there is no room at The Townhouse that has not been thoughtfully curated. The hotel bridges the gap between ritzy high-end lavish hotels and the corporate enterprise properties that currently stand in Mayfair. • 172 Bedrooms and suites (including three Signature Suites and two Garden Suites) • The Dandy Bar - where style meets surprise... • The Lower Ground is a vibrant space to work, connect, eat and explore • Private gym • Home to a collection of 550 hand-picked pieces of art, the artwork at the Townhouse includes
Welcome to Nobu Hotel London Portman Square, where Nobu’s legendary hospitality and award-winning cuisine fuses with timeless elegance and contemporary luxury. Nobu Hotel is set in Portman Square W1, right in the heart of London’s West End. Just few steps away from Marylebone’s independent boutiques and next to the world’s most prestigious shopping district of Oxford Street and Regent Street, on the edge of Mayfair’s vibrant restaurants and bars, and of course Soho’s world-famous theatres. Nobu Hotel London Portman Square features 249 guest rooms and suites (128 with balcony), Nobu’s world-class restaurant, outdoor terrace, ballroom and meeting spaces – all beautifully conceptualised by London-based architecture and interior design firm David Collins Studio with Make Architects. The accommodation at Nobu Hotel London Portman Square ranges from palatial suites, with spacious living areas and views over the London skyline, to contemporary yet cosy rooms, perfect for an overnight stay in the city. Each bedroom takes its conceptual cues from the traditional English garden within the adjacent Portman Square, drawing on the natural materials, textures and tranquillity of this urban oasis. With a comprehensive range of both traditional and cutting-edge treatments, as well as a state-of-the-art gym, Pilates studio and juice bar, the Wellness Centre at Nobu Hotel London Portman Square is the perfect lifestyle hotel with a gym in Marylebone to stay fit, focussed and relaxed.
Located in the heart of prestigious Mayfair nestled between three of the capital’s scenic Royal Parks, Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane offers a truly refined London experience. With some of London’s most iconic attractions, famous shopping streets and thriving restaurant scene only a short stroll away, the hotel is ideally located to explore they city by day and night. Bright and spacious newly designed suites and rooms have a residential feel, ideal for the modern traveller needing a comfortable yet contemporary setting to relax, work and entertain in. Some suites feature a private terrace with an intimate garden-feel and the new Hyde Park Suite boasts a unique Glass Lounge; a showstopping space with floor-to-ceiling windows to take in views of iconic Hyde Park. After a day of discovering London’s photo-worthy sights and attractions, guests can enjoy the sun-drenched restaurant which offers international classic dishes with a modern twist, Afternoon Tea offered in the Lounge, or a leafy oasis at On The Terrace, an open-air extension of the restaurant to enjoy a leisurely meal or evening drinks. Guests can further retreat to the award-winning rooftop Spa located on the 10th floor for an unrivalled wellness experience. The curated treatment menu offers personalised organic experiences and science-lead solutions to both pamper and relieve common concerns. Experiences are set in serene treatment rooms or the private Sky Suite, each flooded with natural daylight through floor-to ceiling-windows, showcasing the capital’s iconic skyline. With 8568 sq. feet of meeting space and over six rooms, including the versatile Ballroom with natural daylight, Four Seasons London at Park Lane is able to accommodate up to 500 guests for a reception.
The Kensington hotel, with its beautiful white façade, it is a collection of four 19th-century townhouses in this most chic, cosmopolitan and cultured of London neighbourhoods with the Victorian grandeur of its high ceilings. The Hotel is situated in the heart of London, close to some of the best shopping – including the world-famous Harrods of Knightsbridge. And for those attending exhibitions, you will find both Olympia and Earl's Court just minutes away. It is also within a five-minute walk from South Kensington Tube Station, with direct lines to Heathrow Airport and the West End. Kensington Hotel offers the smartest address in London, surrounded by classical, elegant Edwardian buildings, stylish cafes and busy bistros. The hotel is perfectly located for the business or leisure traveller coming to London.
London-based Soho House & Co and New York’s Sydell Group joined forces to create The Ned: a hotel with a collection of restaurants, members’ club and spa in the City of London. Set in the former Midland Bank building, The Ned was designed by Sir Edwin 'Ned' Lutyens in 1924. The hotel hosts 250 bedrooms channeling 1920s and 1930s design, a range of men’s and women’s grooming services, six Grade I-listed meeting rooms and two outdoor terraces available to hire on the fully-restored sixth floor and ‘Ned’s Club’, a social and fitness club, where members have access to a rooftop pool, gym, spa, hammam and late night lounge bar in the bank’s original vault. Eight public and two private restaurants sit in the space, from modern Italian dishes at Cecconi’s City of London; British brasserie Millie’s Lounge to Malibu Kitchen, which serves up lighter Californian food. Within the spa offering you’ll find Cheeky, a fast, no-nonsense service for nails, good for those short on time or on a lunch break; Cowshed, a one-stop shop for head-to-toe maintenance; The Parlour, our hairdressing salon and Ned’s Barbershop, a classic, speakeasy-style barbershop for the modern gentleman.
A luxury, five-star Mayfair hotel with just 50 rooms and 22 suites and studios, The Beaumont is superbly located on a quiet garden square, close to the boutiques, galleries and museums of Mayfair, Marylebone, St James's and the West End. Grand in style yet intimate and welcoming, its design is inspired by the great Art Deco hotels of the 1920s, with beautifully appointed rooms and public areas, including the glamorous Colony Grill Room restaurant, a firm favourite on the London dining scene, and the stylish Le Magritte Bar & Terrace, the hotel's 'American bar' serving classic cocktails and stylish snacks. Guests also enjoy access to the Gatsby Room for afternoon tea, light dining and drinks, as well as to the refined Spa, gymnasium and salon. A striking element of the hotel is ROOM, an inhabitable sculpture commissioned from the Turner Prize-winning British artist, Antony Gormley. Forming the bedroom of a suite, ROOM is a massive, modular piece made of stainless steel and fumed oak, placed on a low-level wing to the south side of the building's facade. In 2021, the hotel underwent a gentle refurbishment of its bars and restaurants, which saw the addition of a brand new lounge and an al fresco dining terrace, under the creative direction of the leading New York based designer Thierry Despont, adding new layers of comfort and luxury.
Impeccably English and perfectly individual, The Goring features 69 sumptuous rooms and suites, each uniquely decorated with the finest furnishings. As the last remaining family-owned luxury hotel in London, it’s renowned for its warm, intimate atmosphere and personalised service. With an acclaimed restaurant, a world-renowned afternoon tea, an exquisite new seafood restaurant called Siren and a newly refurbished opulent bar offering an irresistible selection of signature cocktails, The Goring offers stunning yet relaxed dining spaces that are popular with locals and guests alike. Located in Belgravia – one of the most exclusive and elegant areas in central London – it’s perfectly placed for spectacular sights and style. The iconic walls of Buckingham Palace border the district and nearby Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Sloane Street make for a fashionable stay.
Located in London’s most exclusive borough, Brown’s Hotel is a microcosm of chic, modern and arty Mayfair making it the ideal base for luxury travellers. Contemporary design and an eclectic collection of works by leading artists including Tracy Emin, Rankin and Bridget Riley combine to give Brown’s its inimitable style and a charismatic air that brings guests back time and time again. In celebration of the art in the area, Brown’s Hotel hosts exclusive art tours introducing guests to the exhibitions taking place in Mayfair’s leading galleries. Whether you’re enthused by Emin, wild for Warhol or devoted to Dali, Brown’s bespoke walking tours have been designed for aspiring artists and contemporary critiques alike. Hosted by renowned curator, BBC Art Correspondent and gallery owner Maeve Doyle; guests on the walking tour will unearth Mayfair’s hidden gallery gems, helping international art lovers navigate their way through the hundreds of private shows that collectively make Mayfair one of the world’s greatest art destinations. Each of the 115 rooms (including 33 luxurious suites) at Brown’s strike a perfect balance between style and sophistication, with elegant fabrics and furnishings offset by flashes of color. The Kipling Suite with its vibrant wallpaper, walk-in dressing room and lavishly marbled bathroom celebrates all that is indulgent and luxurious. Olga Polizzi, Director of Design for Rocco Forte Hotels, aptly explains that in the rooms at Brown’s “you feel that you are in London” and in The Kipling Suite especially the “English theme carries on and is maintained through a combination of antique pieces and contemporary designer items.” Whether guests wish to celebrate over a decadent afternoon spent in The English Tea Room, meet for cocktails in the naughty corner of The Donovan Bar surrounded by Terence Donovan’s cheekier shots or celebrate the evolution of Great British Cooking in our restaurant, Charlie's. Also within the hotel is an intimate spa sanctuary; a place to unwind and re-centre with treatments aimed at nurturing body and mind alike.
Exceeding expectations at every turn, this stunning and fully renovated hotel has a team that takes genuine pride in delivering impeccable service—overlooking Buckingham Palace and The Queens Gallery, within walking distance of Green Park and Victoria station. Enjoy delicious cuisine in the English Grill restaurant; authentic flavors in The Curry Room; live music in the New York Bar; and a mouth-watering Royal Afternoon Tea featuring pastries influenced by royal tastes, including House of Stuart cupcakes and the Queen’s much loved jam pennies. The Leopard Bar is the perfect retreat in the evening, offering over 150 different Champagne and 200 Whiskey choices. Grand, impressive, elegant, and resplendent, this regal hotel offers aristocratic grandeur in a property that once regularly played host to debutantes of George V’s royal functions. One hundred fifty-one rooms and ten luxury suites are individually designed and feature royal gold and red velvet tapestries, rich brocade, Venetian mirrors, and chandeliers to form a stunning setting. There are also two beautiful self-contained apartments with outdoor terraces for alfresco entertaining. Enjoy fine British hospitality from a warm and engaging team who roll out the red carpet for families and pets, with great thoughtful touches, including a dedicated ‘Director of Fun.
COMO The Halkin is a discreet hotel in the heart of London’s leafy Belgravia, with Mayfair and Knightsbridge just a 10-minute walk away. COMO The Halkin stands out for its design among chic London hotels, which blends the timeless and contemporary. Made up of just 41 rooms and suites, COMO The Halkin is a proper boutique hotel—and helped define the trend when it first opened in 1991. The COMO Suites remain the hotel’s most popular, located on the sun-soaked fifth floor. Throughout, bespoke Italian design is combined with subtle Asian nuances. Rooms are furnished with soft carpets and warm wood paneling and have some of the largest bathrooms in London. COMO The Halkin offers a gym, personal training, yoga instruction, and easy jogging access to Hyde Park. In-room COMO Shambhala therapies and spa treatments can also be arranged. Ametsa with Arzak Instruction, the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant, serves New Basque cuisine, pairing Spain's Basque region's earthy flavors and techniques with modern twists featuring locally-sourced and organic produce. The recently renovated Halkin Bar offers a casual space to drink and dine and has arguably the best afternoon tea in London.
The Berkeley has been treading its own path for more than 100 years. Midway between fashionable Knightsbridge and neighbourly Belgravia, we're still taking style, comfort and service to inspiring new levels. Stunning rooms by the brightest minds in the design world. Intuitive service that always seems one step ahead. Each room and suite at the Berkeley offers a refuge from the rush of the city from the moment you arrive. Individually designed, each is a study in urbane comfort with simple, beautiful details effortlessly combined. Custom furniture, luxurious fabrics, bathrooms of Italian marble and original artworks abound. Restaurants and Bars Marcus Wareing’s Michelin starred Marcus is a must-visit destination for serious foodies. This is exquisite modern European cuisine, with a British influence characterised by the finest produce, exacting execution and creative flair served in a room that is every bit as considered as the food. The Collins Room is a defining element of The Berkeley: a light-filled, contemporary and charming dining room that welcomes guests at flexible times for a light breakfast, lunch, Prêt-à-Portea, dinner – and your choice of drinks in between. The menus are designed by Executive Chef Shaun Whatling, with an emphasis on fresh, daily specials and beautifully-crafted, classically British dishes using the finest ingredients. There are plenty of places to have a drink or a cocktail in London. But few can match the Blue Bar for wow factor. Drop in for some of the most colourful cocktails in town. From a vintage champagne tucked away in a French cellar to the single malt secrets poured down through generations, every drink at The Berkeley Bar & Terrace has a tale to tell. Inside, carved plasterwork, coral tones and curved edges set an elegant scene, with wooden accents that were hewn from a single tree. Then there’s the al fresco Terrace, the insider’s outpost. Berkeley Health Club and Spa Whatever the weather, a slice of the countryside sits high above the bustle of Knightsbridge. Take a dip in the rooftop pool, squirrel yourself away in the secret garden, or gaze across the green acres of Hyde Park. You can also enjoy the soothing tranquility of the Bamford Spa, brought specially to The Berkeley for its natural organic treatments.
One Aldwych is located in the pulsing heart of Covent Garden and is within walking distance of the City's top culture and attractions, and West End plays, and luxury shopping. Cross the Thames to the South Bank, then north to Bloomsbury, east to the City, and west to Westminster. The ancient structure, which was recently renovated, combines contemporary elegance with a calm, domestic ambiance in the bedrooms and suites. Each is distinctive in design and detail, and incorporates thoughtful small touches for a comfortable stay, and is alive with authentic British crafts - Isle of Skye yarns, oak flooring, and original artwork. The building's unique Edwardian architecture has inspired an elegant yet distinctive aesthetic throughout its arresting interiors with art nouveau flourishes and spirited English touches amid marble floors, burnished tones, and contemporary objets d'art – warm welcoming and a little unconventional. Enjoy pioneering cuisine, expertly crafted cocktails, and a remarkable approach to wellbeing in the health club with its stunning 18-meter chlorine-free swimming pool and extensive gym with Technogym equipment and a Peloton bike. This is wrapped up with intuitive service and a forward-thinking focus on sustainability. ??The result is an exquisite, expressive, original style to meet the substance of One Aldwych, an original London hotel.
The Hari is luxury boutique hotel in Belgravia, renowned for impeccable and personalised service. Located moments from Harrods and the luxury shops of Knightsbridge, The Hari is also within walking distance of Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall and London’s most famous museums. Designed for those with a penchant for modern elegance, The Hari is glamorous yet intimate, leaving guests feeling like they have found a hidden gem in the heart of London. All 85 designer bedrooms, which includes 14 luxury suites, are designed to make our guest’s stay as relaxing as possible. Each room boasts a mix of plush velvet upholstery, marble bathrooms, contemporary art and cosy furnishings. When it comes to food and drink, The Hari’s Italian restaurant, il Pampero, prides itself in serving exceptional homemade cuisine in a chic and sophisticated setting. Guests can also sit back and relax in the comfort of the stylish Hari Bar and picturesque open-air Garden Terrace. The Harilela Group’s first ever brand, The Hari is built around a heritage of impeccable hospitality bestowed by the Harilela family. A beacon of modern luxury, The Hari strives to create the best guest experience by paying attention to every detail, no matter how small. Beyond providing a perfect night’s stay, we also try to introduce our guests to new ways of appreciating the culture of our city and neighbourhood. We are very proud of our local area and are more than happy to share our insider knowledge of the best places to visit during your stay with us. This is just the beginning. Bringing together unique concepts and creative collaborations that illuminate the Harilela’s passion for service, The Hari London is the first step of a globe trotting journey that will explore the world. Our next stop will be the launch of our sister hotel in Hong Kong later this year.
Flemings is set in one of London's most exclusive neighborhoods on a peaceful residential street in the heart of Mayfair. Converted from 13 Georgian townhouses dating from 1731, the hotel opened in 1851, making it one of London's oldest established hotels. The hotel comprises 129 luxury guest rooms and suites, including ten sumptuous apartments of one, two, or three bedrooms. The interiors reflect the hotel's heritage, with many rooms returned to their great Georgian splendor featuring high ceilings and period features. The elegant rooms and suites are decorated with a nod to the glamorous 1930s, with shades of bronze and soft greys, along with bespoke furniture designed in silver-stained fiddle-back Sycamore. The feel of each bedroom is serenely calm and restful with timeless detailing and quiet luxury. Complementing Flemings look is the hotel's highly acclaimed restaurant Ormer Mayfair overseen by Executive Chef Sofian Msfeti, who has built a reputation working at some of the finest Michelin-starred restaurants in the country. His cooking style reflects the quality of this product, with dishes that are simple in their approach to highlight the wonderful flavors of these ingredients. This passion and quality of the beautiful bounty of British fare are at the heart of his cooking style here at Ormer Mayfair and showcased in his tasting menus. Location: Flemings is just two minutes walk from the open space of Green Park - one of London's Royal Parks, Piccadilly, and Shepherd's Market, where a plethora of restaurants and bars are to be explored. Buckingham Palace has located just a short distance from the hotel through Green Park. Many of London's other attractions, including Piccadilly Circus, London's theatres, Leicester Square, and Covent Garden, are also walking distance. The hotel is two minutes from Green Park Underground station to easily access Heathrow Airport, Victoria Station for Gatwick Airport, and Kings Cross St Pancras Station for Eurostar. Paddington and Victoria mainline rail stations are also easily accessible from the hotel.
The London EDITION offers both a reinvention of its landmark building and the luxury hotel experience. Located in Fitzrovia, central London, and on the edge of Soho, the boutique hotel blends thoughtful design and intuitive service with excellent dining and nightlife in a space that boldly brings together the past with the present. With 173 rooms including suites with private outside terraces, a restaurant, 2 bars, event space, meeting rooms and an inviting lobby, the hotel offers a dynamic social hub where guests and visitors can work, relax, and experience all the benefits of a home away from home. Berners Tavern, the hotels main restaurant, is helmed by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton who lends his culinary expertise to the restaurant, which has swiftly become one of London’s most sought-after reservations. In an atmosphere that effortlessly blends historical charm with sophistication, Berners Tavern offers all-day dining with a menu of seasonal, contemporary British cuisine. And there’s no better way to cap off your evening than with a craft cocktail at the Punch Room, a modern reincarnation of London’s 19th-century private clubs. Designed to be an intimate space away from the Soho crowds, the bar boasts 30 specialty punches – including the signature gin-infused EDITION house punch. A curated soundtrack of soul, blues, ragtime and doo-wop is complemented by impromptu live performances. The London EDITION Hotel is located minutes walkin from Soho and is just on the doorstep of Oxford Street & Regent Street, one of the most popular shopping areas in London. This places The London EDITION within walking distance of the heart of London's West End, its main shopping areas, theatreland and more attractions than you are likely to be able to see during your visit.
The Dorchester is located in London's prestigious Mayfair, ideally located to explore London. Renovated rooms and suites are lighter and fresher in keeping with the hotel's classic English heritage, with views of Hyde Park and Mayfair. A destination for dining, restaurants include Alain Ducasse, China Tang, The Promenade, The Grill, and The Bar at The Dorchester. The Dorchester Spa is one of London's most desirable pampering destinations – indulge in treatments and afternoon tea in The Spatisserie. The newly re-opened Grill at The Dorchester boasts new timeless interiors and a new menu featuring grill favorites for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, designed by Tom Booton, the youngest Chef in the restaurant's 88-year history. Lively and welcoming, the re-imagined restaurant fuses The Dorchester's iconic elegance with a contemporary tone and creative details by interior architect Bruno Moinard. The restaurant features a striking, hand-blown Murano glass chandelier and contrasting natural materials including zinc, copper, and marble, set against butterscotch leather and oak parquet flooring. Pivoting wall panels create a separate ambiance for the evening, creating an inviting atmosphere morning tonight.
45 Park Lane, Dorchester Collection, is a luxurious and contemporary hotel in London's Mayfair that is just steps away from its sister hotel, The Dorchester. With 45 rooms and suite, together with 1 Penthouse, each of the spacious accommodations, some with balconies, enjoy captivating views of Hyde Park, including the spectacular Penthouse Suite occupying the Ninth Floor of the Hotel, with panoramic views across the London skyline. All guests have access to a personal Host/Hostess per floor. Stylish interiors designed by designer Thierry Despont feature a collection of contemporary British art and advanced technology. The Spa at 45 Park Lane has a 20 metre pool and state of the art gymnasium, together with a resident's lounge for relaxation. Access to The Spa is complimentary for guests staying at the hotel. Visit CUT at 45 Park Lane – acclaimed chef Wolfgang Puck's first restaurant in Europe – a modern, American steak restaurant with a superb wine list. Positioned at the very heart of the hotel, CUT is a lively delight, where guests watch the endless fascinating buzz of the lobby or the exciting hum of London beyond the windows. Additionally, Bar 45 offers celebrated Negronis and is terrific for people watching.
Sitting between glorious Royal Parkland and the buzz of central Knightsbridge, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London is re-imagined and re-invented, offering the essence of timeless heritage coupled with contemporary flair and impeccable service. The new look combines contemporary grandeur with a refreshing play on traditional luxury. As part of the most-extensive multi-million-pound restoration in the hotel's history, internationally-renowned designer Joyce Wang, oversaw the new design of all the rooms, suites and public areas, inspired by the natural beauty of neighbouring Hyde Park and the glamour of the 20th century Golden Age of travel. Offering incredible views over Hyde Park, our stunning new two-bedroom and one-bedroom penthouses feature a salon with a dining table for 8 and access to a balcony. A terrace with a day bed and a dining table is accessible from the master bedroom. Over 70% of the hotel inventory can connect, offering a lot of options for families. Shoppers will enjoy the close proximity to the chic shopping areas of Sloane Street and Knightsbridge. The stunning re-imagining of The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, London along with the hotel’s destination restaurants and Mandarin Bar, were directed by esteemed New York designer Adam D Tihany. Within easy reach of all the sights, we enjoy prime position in the heart of the capital. Enjoying a peaceful setting next to the city’s most famous Royal Park, our luxurious accommodation and facilities make us the perfect London base.
Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac in prestigious Mayfair, the hotel is ideally located within Central London and it is the perfect base for shopping, culture as well as business meetings or events. A multi-million pound restoration has created a harmony between contemporary chic and Victorian elegance. With fabulous Penthouse suites and some of the best guest room terraces in London, the hotel boasts stylish, sleek, contemporary yet elegant interiors finished with handmade silk wallpaper, black lacquered furniture, handcrafted Murano glass chandeliers and polished natural stone in the bathroom. A carefully appointed and original art collection features throughout the hotel. The Rosenstein Collection, dating from the 1920s-1950s, includes fine examples of Impressionist, Expressionist and Cubist work from all over Europe, which guests can enjoy in the hotel’s public rooms as well as in the privacy of their own suites. Michelin starred Executive Chef William Drabble at the St. James’s adds an extra dimension to guests dining experience. The Michelin-starred restaurant "Seven Park Place" by William Drabble was launched on September 2009 and offers classic French inspired gastronomy sourced from the finest of British seasonal ingredients, clearly illustrating the skill and creativity that won him a coveted Michelin star for the past 11 years and four AA rosettes. Menus change regularly to reflect the seasons whether it be asparagus in May, sea bass in July or white truffles in December, not forgeting his famed Dorset Blue Lobster with Cauliflower puree and Perigord Truffle. Our guests all agree that the stylish yet intimate surroundings of Seven Park Place and the private dining rooms are the perfect backdrop for William's exquisite dishes. William oversees all aspects of the dining concept at the hotel, including private dining, room service and the hotel's more informal dining space, William's Bar & Bistro. With its comfortable seating and an unhurried, sophisticated atmosphere, it is the ideal place to relax and has the added advantage of a bistro menu of classic dishes created by a Michelin-starred chef.
Warm and intimate, located in the heart of London, and directly facing Kensington Palace and Gardens, the Milestone Hotel is an urban oasis. Guests of the Milestone can indulge in 24-hour butler service and take advantage of the hotel's fully equipped health and fitness center. The hotel offers several dining options on the premises: Cheneston's Restaurant, which serves modern British cuisine, is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; the traditional Stables Bar and more contemporary Conservatory serve international and classic cocktails and all daylight bites, and The Park Lounge offers views of Kensington Palace and Gardens. Award-winning afternoon teas are served each day in Cheneston's, the Park Lounge, and Conservatory. The elegant Windsor Suite and adjoining Map Room provide quality private meetings and unique events. All rooms are individually designed with satellite TV, mini-bar, plush bathrobes and slippers, business facilities, modem points, and unlimited complimentary Wifi through the hotel.
Located in the bustling Theatre District in London’s Covent Garden, St. Martins Lane is a dramatic and daring evolution on English luxury. This boutique hotel retains all the youthful, unexpected charm of a London hideaway, at the very heart of the art-loving, energetic West End. St. Martins Lane is truly a hidden gem – a newly renovated lobby welcomes guests into high-concept design with the sophistication of a modern museum and the joy of a carnival light show. The soaring and theatrical space, a reinterpretation of Philippe Starck’s original lobby, plays with colour, proportion, and movement in a way that energizes every guest and inspires active self-expression for the duration of the stay. During your stay, you can also enjoy an invigorating workout at Gymbox Covent Garden, London’s most unorthodox fitness experience. Luxurious treatments and innovative vision make this salon a place of new beginnings and creative expression. Just steps from Trafalgar Square, St. Martins Lane is ideally located for special occasions, weekend breaks or business travel.
Set within the Sea Containers building - originally designed by acclaimed American architect Warren Platner - on London’s South Bank, the hotel boasts 359 guest rooms and suites, Sea Containers restaurant serving up fresh modern cuisine and Lyaness - an experimental cocktail bar (formally known as Dandelyan) - spearheaded by master mixologist Ryan Chetiyawardana. Rooms & Suites. Comfort. Ease. Style. And the very best views of London. Our 359 guest rooms and suites offer everything you need within arm’s reach. With design reminiscent of the 1920s transatlantic liners - all of our hotel rooms feature double, queen or king beds, dimmable lighting, bespoke furniture and en-suite marble bathrooms. Think of all of your home comforts. Plus some.Drink. Dine. And dance. Sea Containers London has the lot covered. Our hotel plays host to our Sea Co Restaurant promising fresh, local, seasonal ingredient led cuisine. It boasts a rooftop lounge with unparalleled panoramic views over the River Thames. There's plenty to see out there. There's an argument to suggest you won't need to. Inspired by the golden age of ocean cruising, a time when exotic ingredients were introduced to the world, and an abundance of fresh local produce was celebrated, the three distinctive food and drink venues each offer a dynamic experience.Flavourful dishes range from nourishing to hearty at Sea Containers Restaurant, which is perfect for an al fresco lunch by the river, sunset cocktails or an atmospheric dinner.Take in panoramic views of the London skyline from our rooftop bar 12th Knot, which features a beautifully appointed lounge and outdoor terrace for unobstructed views over the River Thames.
The Connaught is nestled amongst the shops and restaurants of Mount Street, one of the most exclusive corners of Mayfair. An expertly judged blend of tradition with the utmost modernity, The Connaught is the insider’s choice for connoisseurs in the art of living well. Each of the rooms and suites couples supreme comfort with contemporary touches and all have benefited from beautiful refurbishments by leading interior designers Guy Oliver and David Collins. All rooms and suites come with a personal butler. For culinary delights, Hélène Darroze at The Connaught is a uniquely personal experience for gourmet fare. Meanwhile, Jean-Georges at The Connaught is a meeting place for both the guests and the neighbourhood. It overlooks fashionable Mount Street, in the heart of Mayfair, and offers informal gourmet dining at all-hours, in a relaxed, contemporary setting. Or, enter the richly fascinating world of The Connaught Bar where mixologists are forever seeking out new worlds. Intensely alive to the creative possibilities of their art, they are explorers, magpies and alchemists – travelling, searching, experimenting and bringing it all back from around the globe to this pulsating corner of London. Coburg Bar, in addition, is a bastion of Britishness that exhibits its eccentricities with pride. Once inside the Coburg Bar, experts will guide you through your tastes and desires towards something perfectly personal and bespoke, even the most exacting connoisseur will experience the seductive sense that discoveries are here to be made. The Red Room is nestled within The Connaught – a hideaway that guests will only discover through a velvet-curtained doorway from the hotel’s Champagne Room. This cocooning space showcases a collection of creative works in red by four female visionaries, from one of the most celebrated of our time to a young Vietnamese artist. This one-of-a-kind edit forms the perfect canvas for a gallery of renowned wines by the glass. Rare vintages and first growths arrive by custom-crafted marble trolley – accompanied by a capsule collection of six cocktails, each inspired by the wine selection and developed in tune with the changing seasons. The Patisserie serves delicious handmade delicacies to carry you through the day from the first morning croissant, to an afternoon patisserie with champagne, and beautifully boxed celebratory cakes. Hidden away lies the Aman Spa, a place where time seems to stand still, and every moment is devoted to tranquility.
Andaz London Liverpool Street - Arrive a Visitor and Depart A Local Located in the heart of vibrant East London, Andaz London Liverpool Street hotel lends itself the perfect location for business and leisure guests alike. Opened as the Great Eastern Hotel in 1884 and one of London’s original railway hotels, the Andaz is housed in a beautiful redbrick Victorian building designed by the architects of London’s famed Houses of Parliament. What You’ll Love: Recently launched the new Andaz Lounge, where Victorian London meets the modern avant-garde East End, celebrating Andaz London’s history as a railway hotel in one of the most iconic, eclectic, and vibrant London neighborhoods. The striking lounge has an all-day bar, serving coffees and evening cocktails, a DJ booth, and relaxing seating arrangements providing a space for guests to meet, work or socialize away from the city's hustle. Newly refurbished 267 boutique guest rooms and spacious suites, with luxurious amenities. Including the new Andaz RED Suite in partnership with (RED) to support the fight against AIDS in Africa. East London neighborhood: Minutes from stunning historic sites, vibrant nightlife, art, and culture Dining for every taste: Seven exciting bars and restaurants, including authentic Japanese, a relaxed brasserie with bottomless brunch, a traditional English pub, a seriously chic wine lounge, and more Unique events: 15 distinct spaces for private dining, events, meetings, and weddings. Thoughtful amenities: Complimentary Wi-Fi, a stocked Minibar, daily Wine & Canapes in the lobby, plus access to our Health Club Andaz London Liverpool Street looks forward to welcoming your Altour Hotel Collection guests.
The Baglioni Hotel London is situated in the heart of Kensington, opposite Hyde Park with an enchanting view of Kensington Gardens and Palace. The 5 star luxury boutique hotel (only 67 rooms incl. 49 Junior Suites and Suites) is situated a short distance from historic and cultural places of interest, shops and watering holes that animate the city’s nightlife. The Royal Albert Hall, V&A, Natural History Museum, Design Museum, Harvey Nichols and Harrods are all nearby. The entirely Italian design combined with the warm hospitality and luxury services offered such as the spa (treatments by Natura Bisse and Insium), fitness center, chauffeur-driven car and personal butler for the suites will make your stay in London truly unforgettable. Facing Kensington Gardens, on the ground floor of the Baglioni Hotel London, Brunello Bar and Restaurant offers true Italian cuisine in a authentic Milanese setting. In summer you can enjoy all meals as well on the unique La Terrazza di Brunello. Main attractions - walking distance: Hyde Park: 20 meter (1 minute) Kensington Palace: 300 meter (3 minutes) Royal Albert Hall: 400 meter (5 minutes) Kensington Gardens: 200 m (2 minutes) Victoria & Albert Museum: 1.1km (15 minutes) Harrods and Harvey Nichols: 1.6 km (20 minutes)
Opened in 1865, The Langham, London set a new standard in luxury accommodation in the capital. A haven in the West End, the hotel is situated amongst the ‘villages’ of Marylebone, Mayfair, Fitzrovia and Soho, meaning that there’s a world of shopping, culture and entertainment within an easy distance. Europe’s first ‘Grand Hotel’, The Langham has stunning interiors that remain grand, but now have a more contemporary classic feel. The atmosphere is welcoming, with the highest level of service that is sincere and understated. Guest rooms are elegant and supremely comfortable, equipped with every modern convenience. Cuisine at the hotel is overseen by chef Michel Roux Jr, and ensures everything from the bar snacks at The Wigmore, to the French-inspired dishes served at Roux at The Landau, is utterly delicious using the finest seasonal produce. The tradition of afternoon tea began at The Langham, so make sure you enjoy the award-winning tea service in the sparkling surrounds of Palm Court. And if you fancy something a little stronger, Artesian is the place to go – inventive cocktails and glamorous interior awaits. Sauce is the expert-led cookery school offering a range of classes that are interactive, inspiring, and fun. The school is a space to create great memories and gain priceless knowledge from leading experts within their field. Whether it’s a desire to master the basics or pick the brains of a favourite chef, Sauce has a range of experiences to cater for all. After a busy day visiting the capital’s attractions, make time for Chuan Body+Soul. This urban retreat nestles beneath the hotel and offers a range of treatments to soothe mind and body. There’s a stunning indoor pool, sauna and steam room, as well as a fully equipped fitness studio with personal training on offer. For the ultimate indulgence The Langham, London has a range of gorgeous suites, the most extensive of which is the Sterling Suite, which comprises up to six bedrooms as well as a dining room, media room and beautiful lounge. And for guests booking in executive room category or above, there’s the exclusive benefit of The Langham Club, unique in London as a stylish private enclave with butler and concierge service, a meeting room, and drinks, snacks and canapés to enjoy at any point in the day.
Set in the literary heartland of central London, The Bloomsbury reflects its neighbourhood’s cultural heritage in its Grade II-listed neo-Georgian façade. The hotel is superbly located close to the vibrant areas of Covent Garden, Soho, and is also just a few steps from the British Museum, as well as Theatreland. Having recently undergone a multimillion pound refurbishment, the hotel features sumptuous bedroom and suites, alongside award-winning bars and restaurants. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea on Dalloway Terrace; celebrate the intimate Bloomsbury Club – a bar which pays homage to The Bloomsbury Set; or indulge in The Coral Room, a vibrant grand salon bar serving cocktails, English sparkling wine and light bites. Each option is a destination in itself in a city that's hailed for it's dining and eclectic bar scene. As part of The Doyle Collection, the hotel’s warm service stems from its family ownership, imbuing the familiarity of a member’s club with the intimacy of a private home.
Bvlgari Hotel London, located in Knightsbridge on the edge of Hyde Park, is both a haven of calm in the centre of the city and yet under a minute's walk from such landmarks as the famous Harrods department store. Since opening in 2012, Bulgari has set new standards among the luxury hotels of the British capital. Elegant, contemporary architecture and Bvlgari's legendary flair for design are matched by class-leading quality of service. Design, service, and exceptionally generously proportioned rooms and suites combined with unrivalled facilities such as a pioneering Workshop Gymnasium, 11 treatment rooms and one private double spa suite, a 25-metre three-lane swimming pool, 47-seat cinema, a unique Cigar shop and a stunning Ballroom. Sette restaurant is the first London location of New York City’s Scarpetta Restaurants, bringing authentic Italian food from the heart of Manhattan with its own inimitable flair. Operated independently, Sette is housed on the ground floor of the hotel and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, while evenings continue downstairs in Nolita Social, the new bar and lounge that brings the energy ‘of the New York night’ to London with a heady mix of crafted cocktails, live music and DJs.
Crossing Oxford Street from Bond Street Station, and heading up Marylebone Lane past the cafés, boutiques and Biggles, the sausage shop, you enter a village within the city of London. This is Marylebone, the fashionable home of those in the know, and of the most elegantly refurbished luxury London Hotel. Marylebone Hotel & Health Club effortlessly weaves together the traditional and the modern from around the world, in true London city hotel fashion. For anyone who appreciates style, faultless service and understated luxury, it is a perfect West End hotel base for business or pleasure hotel stay in London. A few minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus, Soho, Bond Street, Baker Street and Hyde Park, this Marylebone hotel is the ideal location for some of London’s top shopping and attractions, on the doorstep of some of the capital’s coolest retail, on Marylebone High Street. From here, all of London’s major business districts are in easy reach. For the Marylebone hotel, look no further.
Centrally located overlooking the River Thames, Corinthia London lies in the heart of the UK capital. The immaculately restored Victorian façade is home to 225 rooms and 51 suites, including the new London Suites – a cosmopolitan space for modern living with contemporary artworks. Seven lavish duplex penthouses offer the extraordinary, with breath-taking views across the London skyline. They also come with advantages including personal butlers and chauffeur driven cars. Elsewhere, the hotel features two elegant restaurants: Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, with Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge at the helm, offering British food at its best; and The Northall, home to lighter seasonal menus from executive chef André Garrett. The New Orleans-inspired Bassoon Bar is the place-to-be-seen for cocktails, and the hotel’s flagship ESPA Life at Corinthia is not only London’s largest spa, but it’s also home to an array of well-being experts in fitness, osteopathy, nutrition, sound therapy as well as Dr Barbara Sturm, renowned for her non-surgical and anti-ageing treatments. The spa’s thermal floor encourages relaxation and it also features a swimming pool, vitality pool, sauna, steam room and sleeping pods. There is also a hair salon, BodySpace gym, nail studio and an array of treatments and alternative therapies across the four floors of this revolutionary spa.
At the centre of London’s Mayfair, Claridge’s is an art deco jewel that offers the ultimate in luxury. It is the embodiment of grand English style and timeless glamour. Every room and suite in Claridge’s lives up to and sustains the reputation of this magnificent hotel: beautifully realised by some of the world’s leading interior designers, each has a unique character with specially commissioned furniture, marble bathrooms, exceptionally comfortable beds and furnishings, and all the state-of-the-art technology one could possibly need. Claridge's is also a prime destination for those looking for exceptional culinary experiences: The Foyer’s grand art deco setting is as magical as the stars of stage and screen that have graced this glorious space over the last century. The Reading Room, with its inviting banquettes, is a more intimate dining space. Together, they are the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner along with what many regard as the best afternoon tea in London by renowned pastry chef, Jérôme Chaucesse. Stepping onto the London restaurant scene, Davies and Brook sees chef Daniel Humm come full circle. It was here that he first found his feet in Claridge’s kitchen. While sharing some influences with Daniel’s iconic Eleven Madison Park, the food, interior and feel of Davies and Brook combine to create a Michelin-star restaurant that’s entirely its own with the menu reflecting London’s eclectic cultural scene. The quintessential hidden gem, The Fumoir is a treasure chest of liquid history; a bar where era-defining cocktails are twisted, forgotten classics are reconstructed and new passions are ignited. Perfect for a post-show gossip, pre-dinner aperitif or intimate nightcap, it’s a precious secret, cherished by those in the know. Claridge’s Bar serves an impeccable selection of rare and exceptional drinks. From the finest vintage champagnes to sought-after spirits and wines, this connoisseur’s collection represents the best of their kind. Our expert team source, prepare and serve the stunning selections as they are, or as cocktails created and served within the effortless, elegant setting of David Collins’ stunning interior or al fresco on the terrace. An ode to the artistic haunts of Provence and Italy, The Painter’s Room is a stylish, art deco hideaway. Step from the monochrome corridor into a cocooning space, where fine lines and bright accents form a striking canvas for creative spirits and seasonal bites.
On the doorstep of Hyde Park, just a short walk from Harrods, Harvey Nichols, and London's most exclusive shopping district, Sloane Street and Knightsbridge, this grand luxury mansion has undergone an inspired renovation by the famed interior designer Alberto Pinto. Offering round-the-clock, dedicated butler service in each room and suite, guests at The Lanesborough are assured their needs are well served – with thought, surprise, and charm. Celebrated as much as a destination for food and drink as a hotel, The Lanesborough is home to the acclaimed Céleste restaurant, an award-winning afternoon tea service, a seriously seductive Library Bar, and one of London's best cigar and Cognac lounges, the Garden Room. The finishing touch on the hotel's masterpiece renovation has been the unveiling of the prestigious Lanesborough Club & Spa, London's finest new fitness and health destination, open exclusively to members and hotel guests.
One of the finest 5-star hotels in London, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is ideal for both business and leisure travellers, offering a peaceful yet central location. Hotel is situated in the heart of London’s West End, this luxurious hotel is within walking distance to many of London’s leading attractions from Buckingham Palace to the picturesque Hyde Park, along with the exclusive shopping areas of Oxford Street, Soho, Bond Street, Mayfair and Marylebone. The hotel is conveniently located to the capital’s main business, cultural and entertainment district and the Heathrow Airport Express, which takes just 15-minutes from Paddington Station, is just a short ride away. With views over leafy Portman Square Gardens, a peaceful courtyard or London’s charming streets, each of the hotel’s well-appointed guestrooms and suites houses the latest technology and offers an elegant, sophisticated and contemporary ambiance. Guests on the Regency Club Floors enjoy a private concierge, use of the boardroom and access to our family and business Regency Club Lounges. Dining options include seasonal dishes in The Montagu Kitchen which offers a stunning setting for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner; snacks and cocktails at The Churchill Bar & Terrace and award-winning Italian cuisine at Locanda Locatelli.
Sometimes, remaking the present begins with revisiting the past. The Franklin’s romance recalls a gilded age. Anouska Hempel’s elegantly opulent interiors achieve the seemingly impossible in this new Knightsbridge hotel. Her embroidered furnishings, Venetian stone floors and filigree silverware capture the spirit of a glorious bygone era and create something entirely modern. However it isn’t just epochs that come together effortlessly here. The Franklin is as quintessentially English as its near neighbours Harrods and the V&A. But alongside the informal English townhouse ambience and relaxing London-garden views there are other more sensual, Eastern influences. A Hammam greets guests as part of the hotel's state-of-the art wellbeing offering and the bedrooms’ rich silks and cottons reveal The Franklin’s devotion to luxurious living touches every sense. Spacious, light and stylishly furnished in fine Italian Rubelli velvet and taffeta, the suites in The Franklin are ideal for long, luxurious stays in the heart of the Capital. With elegant sitting areas, sumptuous queen- or king-sized beds and Frette linen, all suites make every day exceptional. You’ll have everything you need for your digital life, including Samsung flastscreen TVs with bluetooth technology and Jenson phones. And with walk-in showers or bathtubs and Penhaligon amenities, the bathrooms are every bit as luxurious as the bedrooms.
Tucked away in the heart of historic St James’s and just minutes from London’s iconic landmarks and vibrant West End, The Stafford London is the epitome of traditional British luxury, steeped in history and character. The stylish 107 rooms of which 39 are suites are guaranteed to help you relax. The Main House is a blend of Victorian grandeur and modern comfort, while the Carriage House and The Gatehouse offer a unique countryside ambience in the heart of London. The contemporary Mews Suites and Penthouse offer the comfort and discretion of your own private residence. The American Bar at The Stafford is legendary and it remains one of the longest surviving American bars in London and is much-loved by its discerning clientele. Serving classics and signature cocktails, The American Bar is overseen by Bar Manager, Benoit Provost whose creations, new and vintage, are a reference for cocktail lovers the world over. A menu of 12 specially-curated cocktails includes a journey around the secluded streets and hidden secrets of St James’s. In contrast to the typically British interior, the bar menu is full of exciting Mediterranean inspired dishes, showcasing the distinct style of Culinary Director, Ben Tish, ideal for an al fresco lunch or dinner in the private cobbled courtyard. The Game Bird is a contemporary tale about relaxed, informal dining any time of the day. A place to eat, drink and socialise, the focus is on modern British comfort cooking executed with style and panache, all wrapped in a seductive ambience that oozes cool sophistication. The vaulted 380-year-old Wine Cellar at The Stafford Hotel is a unique venue and the perfect backdrop for any event. Built in the 12th Century by Lord Francis Godolphin and used as an air-raid shelter in World War II, these fascinating cellars house up to 8,000 bottles of the finest wines. Master Sommelier, Gino Nardella, 1 of 250 in the world take you back in time with a tour of The Stafford's Wine Cellars and the hotel's own War Museum with items from the time the cellars were used as a bomb shelter.
Charlotte Street Hotel is situated in the media neighborhood just north of Soho. It is a minute's walk from leafy Soho Square and the theatre district, within easy reach of the financial center, and is surrounded by London's best bars, restaurants, and cafes. World-class attractions, galleries, and museums can be reached from the hotel's central London location - including the British Museum, the Royal Opera House, and Regent's Park. Designer Kit Kemp has used a 'Bloomsbury Group' theme throughout the hotel, which features original art from the period and a mural in the brasserie reflecting scenes of 'contemporary London life. Each of the 52 bedrooms and suites at Charlotte Street Hotel is equipped with all the facilities expected of a deluxe hotel, including WiFi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations.
The Soho Hotel was the first “luxury hotel” to open in the area. The hotel comprises 96 bedrooms and suites. There are two spacious drawing rooms, RefuelBar and Restaurant, two state-of-the art screening rooms, three private event rooms plus a fully equipped gym with two beauty treatment rooms and a personal trainer on-site. There are four spectacular fifth floor penthouse suites each with wrap around tree-lined terraces and views stretching across London. All the interiors are by Kit Kemp and reflect her personal attention to detail. The style is a contemporary London look and every room is different. The rooms are some of the largest you will find in central London and are characterised by dramatic oversized bed heads, sleek modern furniture and specially designed lighting. Kit Kemp is well known for her collection of modern art which is strikingly evident at The Soho Hotel. A ten foot tall statue of a cat by Columbian artist, Botero stands guard in the lobby. Kindly note that WiFi at the hotel is complimentary
Covent Garden Hotel is situated in the heart of the theatre district and is just a short walk to the Royal Opera House, Soho and within easy reach of the city's business centre. It is surrounded by some of London's best restaurants and bars, vibrant cafes and exciting theatre, nightlife and shopping. World-class attractions, galleries and museums can be reached from the hotel's central London location - including the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum V&A, Madame Tussauds, the London Eye, London Zoo and the Aquarium. Brasserie Max is always a hive of activity with a menu based around fresh, seasonal produce. It's a great place for pre and post theatre dining. Each of the 58 bedrooms and suites at Covent Garden Hotel are equipped with all the facilities expected of a deluxe hotel including WiFi, flat screen TV's and bluetooth Bose units. All rooms designed by Kit Kemp in her fresh modern English style. Several room categories are ideal for families and larger groups, offering spacious and interconnecting room options.
Knightsbridge Hotel is situated in Beaufort Gardens, a quiet tree filled street in the heart of Knightsbridge. The hotel naturally attracts discerning travelers who tend to like the look and style of other Firmdale properties. The hotel comprises 44 bedrooms and suites individually designed by Kit Kemp in a fresh, modern, English style. The drawing room has an African feel and is designed in earthy colours while the library is more romantic in soft neutrals and pale pinks. There are lots of original art works by British artists including John Illsley and Peter Clark. There are specially designed fabrics by Althea Wilson, quirky book-lights by Dominic Berning and specially commissioned ceramics by Katherine Cuthbert. Both drawing room and library have French sandstone fireplaces, and in the tradition of Firmdale Hotels, there is a fully stocked honesty bar. Kindly note that WiFi at the hotel is complimentary.
DORSET SQUARE HOTEL is a beautiful Regency townhouse with 38 individually designed bedrooms many of which look onto the leafy private garden square which was originally the site of Thomas Lord's first cricket ground. A beautiful collection of cricket memrobilia can be seen displayed throughout the hotel. There is a sumptuous ground floor guest drawing room with a fireplace and The Potting Shed bar & restaurant which is open all day long. The hotel's interior has been designed by owner and design director Kit Kemp in her fresh modern English style. Each of the 38 bedrooms at the Dorset Square Hotel has been designed by Kit Kemp in a fresh modern English style. There are a few special rooms such as the Marylebone Room which has a tailored feel with its grey wool suiting walls and library. Many rooms have charming views of the leafy Dorset Square opposite. All rooms are equipped with facilities expected of a deluxe hotel including WiFi, flat screen TV's and iPod docking stations.
Haymarket Hotel fuses contemporary and classical references in an ultra-central location. It is a landmark building designed by the legendary John Nash, the master architect who developed most of Regency London. The hotel comprises 50 individually designed bedrooms and suites, an exclusive 2-5 bedroom townhouse, Brumus bar and restaurant, a conservatory, a library, several private event spaces, a gym and treatment room and a spectacular 55 foot long pool with a bar, lounge, music and lighting system. All the interiors are by Kit Kemp and are a remarkable combination that honours the building’s noble lineage whilst updating it with a contemporary English point of view. The lobby is a clean airy space featuring a large stainless steel sculpture by Tony Cragg and paintings by John Virtue, while the downstairs pool features a spectacular lighting scheme that uses strong contrasts of light and shadow. Grey oak dominates the lobby, library and conservatory, and handpicked antiques and original art help mix past and present. Guestrooms are individually furnished and avoid the “designer formula” look with custom-made pieces and much emphasis on rich texture and colour. From the shagreen coffee tables to ivory wood-toned pieces, they evoke contrast and comfort at every level. Kindly note that WiFi at the hotel is complimentary
In the midst of vibrant Soho and moments from Mayfair, Ham Yard Hotel has a distinctly urban village feel. The hotel revolves around a tree-filled garden, its centrepiece being a bronze sculpture by Tony Cragg. Alongside the hotel's 91 individually designed bedrooms and suites are 24 apartments, 13 independent stores and a restaurant and bar with outdoor dining. There is a drawing room and book-lined library, Soholistic Spa and Gym, 190 seat theatre and spacious private dining and event rooms including a 1950's style bowling alley. The rooftop garden has sweeping views of the Soho skyline. Interiors are designed by Kit Kemp in her award-winning modern British style. Each room features floor-to ceiling-length windows overlooking the leafy courtyard or across the London skyline.
The Savoy is perfectly located in the heart of London. At the forefront of the luxury hotel scene for over 130 years, The Savoy offers guests an experience that continuously evolves to meet the desires of the modern traveller. With many offering stunning views across the River Thames and of London’s most significant landmarks, The Savoy’s 267 luxury guest rooms and suites provide an exceptional base to explore all that London has to offer. Decorated in either an elegant Edwardian or Art Deco style, relax in beautiful surroundings while enjoying world-renowned Savoy service. Within The Savoy’s famous entrance are some of the top London restaurants and bars. From the best of British in Savoy Grill by Gordon Ramsay to imaginative cocktails in one of our award-winning bars to a traditional Afternoon Tea featuring delicate pastries in Thames Foyer, we welcome guests for a truly inspiring culinary experience. For those looking to relax and unwind, enjoy our Beauty & Fitness suite; a private retreat for health, relaxation and well-being. Featuring a magnificent swimming pool situated in its own atrium with natural light, a sauna and steam room, state-of-the art gym facilities and a selection of health and beauty treatments, it’s the perfect destination to refresh and reset. With exceptional service at the heart of everything we do, a Savoy experience is built on memories created and stories told across the generations. You don’t just stay at The Savoy, The Savoy stays with you.
Set in a quiet corner of Mayfair, the most prized location in London, The Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel is at its heart. The exclusive shops of Piccadilly, Regent, and Bond streets are at its doorstep. Buckingham Palace, West End theatres, and the Royal Parks are more of the delights guests at The Chesterfield Mayfair can enjoy exploring within a short stroll of the hotel. Peaceful and classic English elegance, along with discreet award-winning service, gives The Chesterfield Mayfair the welcoming ambiance of an exclusive private club, your home away from home. Relax in one of our well-appointed, comfortable bedrooms or suites, which are beautiful individually decorated. Dine on the best seasonal British cuisine in the award-winning Butlers Restaurant, best known for its Dover Sole. Why not experience our award-winning themed afternoon tea. From the theatrical smoking pink lemonade to the surprising and delicious sweetshop-themed cakes – imagine biting into a Coca-Cola slice – our whimsical afternoon tea brings a playful, bygone era to vivid life. Scrumptious chocolate scones and mouthwatering finger sandwiches such as finely-sliced smoked salmon on beetroot bread are accompanied by a gloriously long tea list or perhaps an indulgent glass of Champagne. Once you have finished exploring the city, relax and unwind in our intimate bar. Our cozy Terrace Bar, elegantly furnished in bottle green, with deep club chairs and a long, stylish bar, serves some of London’s most innovative cocktails and pairings. Tempt yourself to a molecular cocktail or glass of Bouchard Finlayson wine while our resident pianist enhances the ambiance.
The Carlton Tower Jumeirah is situated in the heart of fashionable Knightsbridge and is located within walking distance from the prestigious Harrods and Harvey Nichols department stores, and the luxury designer boutiques lining Sloane Street. Synonymous with sophistication and luxury, The Carlton Tower Jumeirah overlooks the private Cadogan Gardens and offers spectacular views over London’s skyline. The Carlton Tower Jumeirah has been reimagined as a beacon of sophistication where heritage meets contemporary luxury following the completion of the most extensive renovation in its 60-year history. Featuring 186 rooms including 88 suites, many with balconies, a brand-new design is found where heritage meets contemporary luxury. New bar and dining concepts include ‘Al Mare’, a destination restaurant and bar serving elegant Mediterranean cuisine and boasting a theatre kitchen for immersive dining, a private dining room with a view of the kitchens and alfresco seating on Cadogan Place. Additionally, the Chinoiserie is an all-day lobby lounge and bar offering a ‘cake-o-clock’ afternoon tea concept, served late into the evening. The hotel’s famous health club ‘The Peak Fitness Club & Spa’ set across three floors has also be revitalised with a new Talise Spa on the hotel's second floor, featuring London’s largest 20m swimming pool with natural daylight and views through its glass ceiling. The ninth floor fitness club features TechnoGym equipment and panoramic views across the Capital and Club and hotel guests alike have exclusive access to the private Cadogan Gardens and its tennis courts, a unique haven in the heart of Knightsbridge.
WELCOME TO NO. 1 PARK LANE Situated at one of the capital’s most prestigious addresses, InterContinental London Park Lane presents modern luxury accommodation in the heart of Mayfair. Inspired by its location overlooking the Royal Parks, the hotel delivers elegant natural interiors and award-winning seasonal cuisine. The flagship InterContinental Hotels & Resorts® property combines exemplary service with a Concierge team that brings insider London to life. As one of London’s most popular culinary destinations, guests can enjoy modern Mexican cuisine at Ella Canta by internationally acclaimed Mexican chef Martha Ortiz or rustic Italian fare from celebrated chef Theo Randall at his signature restaurant, Theo Randall at the InterContinental. With over 50 varietals on the menu, The Arch Bar offers a comprehensive gin selection and live music on Thursday and Friday evenings. Guests can unwind in the stylish urban retreat that is Spa InterContinental, which offers a wide range of treatments and an expert team of therapists. Spa InterContinental comprises of five treatment rooms, an additional VIP treatment suite suitable for couples and private parties and a Dry Flotation Therapy Room. A dedicated meetings and events floor combines award-winning state-of-the-art facilities with expansive views of the capital. The elegant space offers an ideal location for meetings, theatre-style conferences and large-scale awards ceremonies.
Taj 51 Buckingham Gate is unlike any other 5 star luxury hotel in London. For regular and occasional visitors to the Capital of capitals, the hotel offers a wider choice of suites and residences than almost any other in London, providing guests with more space and more flexibility to accommodate families, state delegations or executives travelling on business. Our beautifully designed suites and residences offer between one and six bedrooms, each with expansive living areas to relax or work. Every suite boasts a fully equipped kitchen, providing guests with the choice of in-suite dining or enjoying one of the hotel's celebrated restaurants, including Michelin-starred Quilon and contemporary European Kona Taj 51 Buckingham Gate is discretely located in SW1, closest to Buckingham Palace and a short walk from St. James' Park, Westminster and Mayfair. Of considerable architectural merit, three grand Victorian townhouses overlook a beautifully manicured Shakesperean Courtyard, where in warmer months guests can relax and enjoy tea or a glass of champagne. A plethora of pastel colours contrast with verdant greens, whilst the tiered central cherub-ordained fountain provides a melodic backdrop for alfresco dining. A tailor-made approach extends to service, with our acclaimed butler service and Golden Keys concierges attending to guests' personal requirements, ensuring bespoke experiences are easily and effortlessly arranged.
The Mandrake, an award-winning luxury boutique Soho hotel on Newman Street nestled in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia, is the perfect base in which to discover the city. Our luxury destination, which recently won third Best Hotel in Europe, offers the culture of Soho, the shopping of Oxford Street and the nightlife of London’s West End on our doorstep. Expect to step away from the hustle of central London and through a portal into another universe. Our Fitzrovia hotel offers 30 unique bedrooms, which include three suites and an award-winning penthouse (which, according to GQ, has “the best hotel bathroom they have ever laid eyes on”). Every aspect of The Mandrake, a name that is an ode to the medicinal plant, will give you an unforgettable experience. Our Artist in Residence and Spiritual Wellbeing programs invite you to immerse yourselves in our intimate sessions for our in-house guests. We have three bars, a booth and a library, all with different atmospheres. Waeska bar is the trendy cocktail bar of The Mandrake. Enjoy a drink made by some of London's finest bartenders in an elegant & arty setting. Alternatively, we have Jurema Terrace... A laid back cabana affair surrounding by an evergreen canopy of lush jasmine and passionflower. YOPO bar is the tranquil spot for any meetings you might have or for pre-dinner drinks. YOPO restaurant, lead by Head Chef George Scott-Toft, is a South American inspired feast of culture and cuisine that is not to be missed. For the secrets of exploring Soho and Fitzrovia whilst you are part of our Mandrake Tribe, just ask one of our friendly staff members.