South west London in South Kensington’s museum district. Footsteps away from Underground tube station.
111 rooms and suites cleverly designed to reflect the key Victorian themes of botany, music, ornithology and astronomy. The beds are extremely comfortable, so a good nights sleep is guaranteed.
Heritage dating back to the late 19th century. Victorian in architecture with a pastel grey façade.
Chris Golding is the mastermind of the restaurant Apero. Located on the basement level, the ambience laid-back Mediterranean, with a non-complex menu filled with creative tasting dishes. Totally Luxe-value in price.
This is “THE” place to visit if you want experience afternoon tea with a creative twist. In a colourful and animinated setting, the Drawing Rooms make your eyes twinkle as you savour the pastry-filled delights one by one by one.
Small and cute. There is enough Technogym equipment for you to break out into a sweat.
Complementary WiFi. There are also two desktop Macs on the basement level that are also connected to a printer.
A Continental buffet that is inviting to look at as well as eating it. There is also a delicious hot breakfast menu for those who really want to take breakfast seriously.