Secret Hotels
add-here

JOIN NOW FOR FREE

save up to 70% on luxury hotels and holidays.Email:

Small and Lavish Boutique London Hotel

tgt11Stay at this London five-star hotel if you want to be treated like royalty, if you want to be surrounded by opulence and if you want to be in the middle of things! It is a small boutique hotel with only 12 rooms, so you might want to book ahead if you plan on taking a trip to London.

The rooms are decorated sumptuously, have fine art prints, amazing designs and provide its clients with luxury toiletries. The rooms are a real sanctuary of comfort and lavish elegance. There are three types of rooms here at this secret hotel: the Classic Rooms, the Deluxe Rooms and the Junior Suite. The room rates include breakfast at a quaint, little bistro inside the building.

All the rooms have air-conditioning, Savoir beds, Egyptian cotton bedding, marble bathrooms with floor heating (which can be a blessing in the cold and damp London winter), a mini bar and 24 hour room service. The Wi-Fi is free, there is overnight parking available at an optional charge and there are babysitting and laundry services available.

In the Local Area

The secret hotel is located right in the heart of Knightsbridge, an exclusive residential and retail district in West London. If you know and love London’s West End, then you’ll adore Knightsbridge, because it has some of the most exclusive department stores in London, not to mention the amazing luxury boutiques that seem to pop out of nowhere.

If culture is what you’re after when staying at this lavish hotel, then you’re in luck! The Victoria and Albert Museums is but a stone’s throw away from the hotel and so is the Natural History Museums and the Royal Academy of Art. One of the most extraordinary music halls in Europe (if not the world), the Royal Albert Hall, is also close to the hotel.

There are three large Museums that are located on Exhibition Road in South Kensington: the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museums, so if you’re going to visit one, you might as well go and see all of them.

The Science Museum was founded in 1857 and is the one of the city’s major attractions – around three million visitors walk through its doors every year. Great news: it is free of charge! If there are temporary exhibitions that do not belong to the Museum, then an admission fee may incur.

The Natural History Museum is home to around 70 million items and it is famous for its dinosaur skeletons and ornate architecture.

You can’t stay at this gorgeous hotel without doing some shopping at Harrods, London’s upmarket department store that has over one million square feet!

Comments are closed.