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London’s Most Desirable Address

tgt11Do you want to stay at a hotel where film stars, authors and diplomats enter its doors on a daily basis? Then this secret hotel is just the thing for you. It is a 5 star boutique hotel with 60 lovely and sumptuous suites and guest rooms. Everything about it is inviting: the Michelin star cuisine, the spa and central location.

The concierge team will go out of their way to make you feel pampered. They will assist with each requirement you may have, so call on them whenever you feel you need any help.

The rooms are incredibly exquisite: the state-of-the-art technology and opulent furnishings. All guest rooms feature a desk area, a minibar, a safe, free Wi-Fi, an iPhone/iPod docking station, a professional hair dryer and luxury mattresses. The superior rooms have bespoke furniture and Penhaligon’s toiletries and the Penthouse occupies an entire floor, offers panoramic views, has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and BOSE hi-fi systems.

In the Local Area

The location of this secret hotel is marvelous! Right on its doorstep is a myriad of attractions: historic buildings, shopping locations and parks.

A famous historic building inches away from the hotel is the St. James’s Palace, a brick-built establishment and a great example of Tudor architecture. Did you know that St. James’s Palace was the official residence of the Monarch until the late 1600’s before being replaced with Buckingham Palace?

Speaking of Buckingham Palace – why not drop in for a visit on her majesty, the Queen. It’s right outside this secret hotel.

If you like the Changing of the Guards, then the one at the Horse Guards Building is a must-see! The building is located near St. James Park and Downing Street and the ceremony takes place at 11am from Monday to Saturday and at 10am on Sunday.

When it comes to shopping, the location of this hotel really does make a difference. There is St. James’s Street with shops and windows that will keep your interest peaked for hours. The Berry Bros & Rudd is where you will find Britain’s oldest wine; if you want to bring home a hat just like the royalty in Britain wears, then James Lock is the place to go – a store founded in 1676 located right on this street. Did you know that they provided hat boxes for the Sex and the City series? They even have one box that is called The Carrie.


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