People who have stayed at this secret hotel say that they could actually feel the luxury! Some dare call it the best hotel in the world, in a class of its own. Sir Winston Churchill, Maria Callas, Frank Sinatra, Claude Monet have all enjoyed their stay at this London hotel and if you decide to book a room here, you’ll definitely feel the vibe of opulence they left behind.

It has 195 guest rooms and 73 suites decorated with brilliant British taste. Enjoy the view over the River Thames while you’re having dinner or drink a 20’s inspired cocktail at their American Bar.

Every member of the staff of this hotel is there to help you have the best stay possible and their butler services include packing, dressing, personal shopper, airport transfer, welcome drink on arrival, expense compiling. Need we go on? Safe to say you’ll be made to feel like a VIP.

The Business Centre is available 24 hours a day and is located on the 2nd floor and can be accessed with your room key. The room is fully equipped with Mac computers that have high speed internet access, standard Microsoft applications and black & white and color printing. You can also connect your own personal laptop to print, copy or scan or have free access to the high speed internet.

In the Local Area

This wonderful hotel is conveniently located in Trafalgar Square, in the middle of London, a place full of history and great attractions.

Admire Nelson’s Column, which some say is the very heart of London. Gazing towards the River Thames, Nelson’s Column is dedicated to the martyr Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson, one of the most beloved heroes of England. He was shot dead while winning the Battle of Trafalgar.

While in Trafalgar Square, you simply cannot skip on the National Gallery – its exterior dominates the square. Admire the works of Money, Van Gogh, Botticelli and Rembrandt – a collection that belongs to the British public. On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays they offer free talks inside the gallery and theatre.

Only fifteen minutes away from the hotel you can find the English National Ballet – a delight for the young and the elderly. It is one of the four major ballet companies in the United Kingdom and one of the leading touring companies in Europe.

The National Portrait Gallery is a gallery that only houses portraits, making it about the figure, rather than the artists. Just to get an idea about the thing: The Beatles, HenryVIII and Sir Richard Branson are all featured. Awesome, right?