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Booking into the Ritz is like going to the Edwardian times, where rooms are styled in old French regency, adorned with furnishings of grandeur, and royal elegance. In the afternoon, treat yourself to tea at the world famous Palm Court.
In its previous life, The Sohohotel was most likely a factory but that is far removed from its current luxurious state. The interior is quirky and lavish adding a sense of wow and curiosity to your stay.
A few minutes’ walk from Regent’s Park, you will find one of the largest hotels in London- The Langham. The hotel’s Palm Court Lounge will serve tea in the afternoon in surroundings of regal elegance. In the evening dine at the Landau where you’ll be treated to gourmet cuisines. The guest rooms are opulent and luxurious making it a very memorable and romantic stay.
The Berkley hotel is a foodie’s indulgent heaven. Here you’ll be in an enclave of culinary geniuses, First is the Marcus Wearing at the Berkley treating guests to gourmet cuisines and then there is Pierre Koffmann’s bistro serving French classics with a Pierre twist. Also, on offer is indulgent tea at the Prêt-à-Portea, and all day dining at the Caramel Room. In the morning visit the Berkley Breakfast Bar where you can tuck into some sumptuous scrambled eggs and smoked salmon.
Designed by Philippe Starck -St Martins Lane offers a sense of illusion and magic by playing with space and light. This hotel is truly avant-guard with virtual aquariums to rooms that change colour. St Martins Lane tries to embody the high tech London, and in our view succeeds.
Stone’s throw away from the Science and Natural History Museum is The Rembrandt. This hotel, like the attractions, is for the family. The rooms are fitted with cribs and allows for its guest to bathe in the Roman Style swimming pool.
Hilton London Metropole is the hotel for the busy business traveller as it is conveniently located 20-minutes from Heathrow by train. With rooms allowing for 3000 delegates to be seated perfectly for those big company promotions and general meetings.
Situated opposite Green Park and in close proximity to all the best attractions of London, lies The Athenaeum. In the basement, you will find the star feature- the spa facility.
Renowned around the world for its luxury with frequenting guests including Royalty, Dignitaries and the odd occasional Hollywood celeb, the Claridge’s high profile cliental require exacting standards and this hotel delivers it with lavish interiors and exemplary service.
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