This five star boutique hotel is just 5 minutes walk away from Buckingham Palace and Piccadilly Circus and yet serves as the perfect haven of tranquility in London’s busy centre. Indulge in the complimentary gym and sauna facilities, or treat yourself to a massage or beauty treatment in the spa. Unwind in the evening at the luxurious champagne bar or enjoy dinner at the house restaurant, cooked by a Michelin starred chef.
All rooms are En-Suite and benefit from high speed internet, cable TV and daily housekeeping. The hotel has 24 hour security and concierge services as well as offering valet laundry and room service.
The Local Area
With Buckingham Palace in such close proximity, this British styled hotel is your perfect jumping off point to watch the famous ‘Changing the Guard’. After the ceremony, you can enjoy a stroll around Buckingham Palace Gardens or neighbouring St.James’s Park, where one can walk along the bridge over the lake for fabulous views of the Palace. Take advantage of London’s bike hire and explore London’s parks with ease; particularly nearby Hyde Park which is spread over 350 acres.
London boasts some of the best retail therapy in the world and Bond Street is just round the corner from this hotel, offering a huge selection of highstreet and designer shops; or carry on to Oxford Street for the best shopping in the UK. The stretch of shops from Bond Street to Piccadilly Circus will leave you spoilt for choice and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants to recharge your batteries en route.
In the evening, why not head to one of London’s West End theatres. There are pop up stands everywhere offering you the latest discounted prices, from world renound musicals such as ‘Wicked’ to English plays like the celebrated ‘The Woman in Black’. The Comedy Store in Piccadilly Circus is also a tough evening to beat; there’s a reason why it’s London’s busiest comedy venue!
If you’re after a bit of culture, then head to the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square to look at some 2,300 paintings dating back to the 13th century and including works by Da Vinci and Monet. In Piccadilly stands the impressive Royal Academy of Arts building, in Burlington House, with a fine selection of work as well as educational material and debate.