Restored to its former glory, this Grade II listed building combines modern luxury, including free wi-fi throughout the hotel, with unique period features. Enjoy the best of London from the 4-star Grosvenor Hotel, located within walking distance of Buckingham Palace.
The Cadogan is one of London’s prestigious Knightsbridge hotels. It is on the doorstep of some of the world’s most famed fashion boutiques including Fendi, Gucci and Prada. The Cadogan is also a short walk from Harvey Nichols and Harrods.
The hotel was once the home of Lillie Langtry, the famous actress and close friend of King Edward VII. After she sold the house, Lillie still used to stay in her old bedroom 109 by then part of the hotel. However, The Cadogan is best known for its association with Oscar Wilde who was a frequent visitor and stayed in room 118.
Great Taste at The Cadogan is the hotel’s showcase restaurant. The menu uses award-winning ingredients from Great Taste Awards, and has been curated by Fay Maschler, The Evening Standard’s renowned restaurant critic, her sister, the chef Beth Coventry, alongside Head Chef Oliver Lesnik.
Celebrating its 125th Anniversary in 2012, The Cadogan is one of London’s oldest hotels. Its Afternoon Tea, served in the luxurious drawing room, is priced at £22.50 per person. For special occasions Afternoon Tea can be enjoyed with a glass of Perrier-Jouët, Oscar Wilde’s favourite tipple.
Perfectly located … outstanding personal service". With these words The Grand Rapid Press summed up the most obvious of the Rubens' charms, but these words of hard-won praise encompass a whole lot of human endeavour. We can't take too much credit for the location (apart from choosing it) but the outstanding personal service reflects unflagging hard work by every member of our staff, in pursuit of the Red Carnation watchwords: "no request is too large, no detail too small". Our aim is to make every guest's stay totally enjoyable and absolutely trouble free, if possible resolving any difficulties before they even arise.
Situated amongst the boutiques of fashionable Knightsbridge and Sloane Street and just a stone's throw from Hyde Park, the five star Jumeirah Carlton Tower provides a luxurious retreat from London's bustling streets.
Each of the 216 rooms, including 58 suites have been elegantly designed with comfort and luxury in mind. Plush furnishings have been complemented by state of the art entertainment facilities including Bose CD players and high speed internet access.
The hotel features three restaurants and the sophisticated Gilt Cocktail Lounge. The Rib Room features British cuisine; Chinoiserie is ideal for people-watching and all day dining and the Club Room serves a healthy buffet lunch and overlooks Cadogan Square.
The Peak Health Club and Spa boasts stunning views over central London with state of the art gym equipment, golf simulator, aerobics studio, sauna and award-winning treatments, whilst the 20m indoor heated pool provides yet another space for relaxation.
This sophisticated 12 bedroom boutique hotel is owned and run by The Levin family, The Levin's sister hotel, The Capital is just next door. It's style is inspired by the elegance of the 1930's and a haven for those with refined taste. Home to The Metro Bistro and Wine Bar serving light bites and grazing dishes throughout the day.
Within our breathtaking collection of rooms and suites – which are amongst the most spacious in London – we have many with private garden terraces and quiet balconies. All our rooms and suites skilfully combine comfort, stylish design and the latest innovations, to meet the needs of the modern traveller. Marcus Wareing offers two Michelin-starred dining at his eponymous restaurant, Marcus, within The Berkeley; the stars come out for award-winning cocktails at the Blue Bar; and fashionistas join us for Prêt-à-Portea, our catwalk-inspired afternoon tea served in the beautiful Collins Room.
On the seventh floor of The Berkeley, our indoor/outdoor rooftop pool, secret garden and luxury Bamford Haybarn Spa provide a calm retreat with views over the London skyline.
The Berkeley is located at the edge of Hyde Park in fashionable Knightsbridge, a short walk from Harrods and Harvey Nichols. Behind the hotel sits the residential area of Belgravia: a charming enclave of Georgian terraces, cobblestone streets, independent shops and traditional pubs, which conveys the feeling of an English village.
The Lanesborough Distance: 0.9 miTourist Information Grosvenor Crescent London, United Kingdom SW1X 7TA
The Lanesborough is a 5-star hotel on Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, central London, England. Operated by the Oetker Collection, the hotel is reputedly the most expensive hotel in London. Opposite are Hyde Park and Apsley House, the London home of the Dukes of Wellington. The hotel is next to Hyde Park Corner tube station and the Lanesborough was closed for renovation in December 2013 and re-opened in 2015. Furniture for the original opening was supplied by Arthur Brett and Sons - who again made some of the furniture for the refurbishment.HistorySt George's Hospital was opened in the original Lanesborough House in 1733. By the 1800s the hospital was falling into disrepair. Lanesborough House was demolished to make way for a new 350-bed facility. Building began in 1827 under architect William Wilkins. The new hospital was operational by 1844, serving continuously as a hospital until transferred to Tooting, south London in the 1970s, leaving the Hyde Park Corner premises vacant in 1980. Rosewood Hotels & Resorts refurbished and re-opened the building as a hotel in 1991. Ten years later the management contract passed to Starwood's St Regis operation as its first and only hotel in England. The hotel left Starwood in November 2014 and is currently managed by the Oetker Collection.
The official Facebook page for The Lanesborough. A five star luxury hotel in Knightsbridge, London, our Regency-style residency offers country house elegance in a vibrant city centre location, just across from Hyde Park.
With one of the most beautiful dining spaces Céleste Restaurant. Enjoy cocktails in The Library Bar, Cigars and Cognacs in The Garden Room and Afternoon Tea in the Withdrawing Room.
A masterpiece hotel, The Lanesborough is part of the Oetker Collection.