Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, The Carlton Tower Jumeirah, a London institute since 1961 stands proudly over Sloane Street, offering visitors and guests alike a hotel experience like no other.

Inspired by the past but looking to the future, The Carlton Tower reopened in 2021, after undergoing £100 million transformation, creating a space designed to delight and enchant. With 17 stories that overlooks the capitals skyline, The Carlton Tower offers 186 bedrooms and suites, a health club, a restaurant, and lounge as well as a ballroom and many function rooms.

The Carlton Tower embraces a rich tapestry of history dating back to The Swinging Sixties, when London was the epicentre of fashion, music, culture, and design. Welcoming the likes of supermodel Twiggy and fashion icon Mary Quant, The Carlton Tower was a place to see and be seen. Famously known to be London’s first tower hotel, it changed the face of Knightsbridge forever.

The hotel’s destination restaurant ‘Al Mare’ offers a sophisticated, welcoming dining experience enhanced with all the charms of Italian cuisine. The restaurant allows a convivial, gastronomic experience, taking guests on a journey through Italy and features a theatre kitchen, private dining room and al fresco dining.


3 things to try when you’re there

  1. The Carlton tower Afternoon Tea designed and created by world famous pastry chef Jessica Préalpato
  2. The Peak Fitness Club and Spa located on the 2nd and 9th floor (home to London’s largest indoor pool lit by natural light)
  3. On site Italian restaurant Al Mare with a viewing theatre kitchen

You might not know but..

1960’s fashion designer Mary Quant hosted her most iconic fashion shoots at The Carlton Tower – London’s first high rise hotel