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A Luxury London Hotel Fit for Royalty

hotel doorA luxury five star hotel isn’t hard to find in London, a quick Internet search will reveal a plethora of hotels, but this particular luxury hotel is in a league of its own. It is located right where Mayfair meets Soho, where elegance and entertainment meet.

This iconic hotel has 160 guestrooms and luxurious suites, a superb restaurant and bar where the guests can relax and unwind with a fine drink. Did you know that this hotel’s rooms are some of the largest hotel rooms in London? The bathrooms are created exclusively in Carrara marble!

All rooms feature luxurious Frette bed linen, a fully stocked Bang & Olufsen media systems and each bathroom has heated floors, large towels, dressing gowns and luxury bathroom amenities from British brand Floris and even include a mirror TV screen.

All guests have access to a private butler service – this means that every detail you’ll think of will be taken care of. Some other available services include dry cleaning and laundry, 24 hour room service and even unpacking and packing. A daily newspaper is offered free of charge, as is a Wi-Fi Internet connection.

In the Local Area

This secret hotel is superbly located on Regent Street, right in the center of the West End. Look to the west and you’ll have the most glamorous private member clubs and the most elegant boutiques and fine restaurants that Mayfair has to offer; look to the east and Soho’s nightlife will surely engulf and entertain you with its lovely coffee shops and cocktail bars. If you love the theatre, then this truly is the place to stay, as London’s theater scene is just around the corner.

If shopping is your poison, then staying at this hotel will surely deliver the poison much faster: London’s best shopping destinations are right on its doorstep: Mount Street, Jermyn Street and Bond Street.

The art lovers will also appreciate the location, as some of London’s most iconic landmarks are in walking distance: Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and London’s most famous parks: Regent Park and Hyde Park, in case you might want to rest your tired feet.

Hyde Park is one of the largest park in London and it is famous for its Speakers’ Corner – an open-air public speaking, debate and discussion area. It covers 142 hectares and along with Kensington Gardens, they make the loveliest and greenest parks in London.

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