Baglioni Hotel London embodies the warmth and attention to detail typical of the Italian lifestyle and hospitality and aims to be our guests’ “home away from home” thanks to the charm and tranquillity of the 18 rooms and 47 suites including three signature suites and the Royal Suite facing out onto the park and residences of the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. From breakfast to dinner Brunello Bar and Restaurant offers a window into the flavours of Italy with La Terrazza di Brunello just adjacent to Hyde Park, London’s most iconic Royal Park. Brunello is a meeting point for anyone […]
Overlooking the bustling courtyard is Mews Pizza Co. This welcoming pizzeria is flooded with natural light, making this the perfect place to tuck into one of our delicious pizzas. The menu changes with the seasons so there is always something new to tempt you back. MPC now boasts the Aperol and Campari rooms; semi-private spaces perfect for a birthday dinner or a pizza making class with one of our pizza chefs.
Step into Mews of Mayfair’s speak-easy style cocktail bar and indulge in a fantastic range of cocktails served by our dedicated staff. With its oak paneling, blue leather and statement bar, the cocktail bar combines Mayfair luxury with quality wines and a buzzing atmosphere. For an evening with a difference, enquire about reserving our semi-private Hummingbird room or booking a cocktail making class.
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A celebrated Art Deco hotel in the heart of London Mayfair, facing Green Park and just a short walk away from Buckingham Palace, The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane is ideally located to connect with the city of London. The Sheraton Grand, London Park Lane rooms and suites reflect the hotel’s heritage fused with stylish design. Each room provides all you need to work or relax in memorable surroundings, including beautiful views across Green Park (subject to room category), the Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Officially opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth I in 1571, The Royal Exchange was the brainchild of renowned merchant Thomas Gresham. It soon became a centre for the capital’s commerce, bringing together both brokers and merchants. Trading continued for the next four centuries, despite being interrupted by fires, war and construction work, before coming to a halt in 1991. Then in 2001, an extensive redevelopment by architects Aukett Fitzroy Robinson transformed The Royal Exchange courtyard, reviving its trading legacy by giving it a new role housing the world’s most desired retailers and placing it, once again, in the thriving centre of […]
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