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Boutique townhouse hotel.
The rooms feel quintissentially English, with the colors used from a Regency palatte of the original tiles used in public areas, antique furniture, Irish hand stiched white linens and a writing desk.
None in the hotel itself, but there are several good options down the street: Visit Margaux for European fare with an emphasis on farm-sourced ingredients and delectable wine pairings; Bumpkin is a great choice if you're looking to indulge in British classics, also with British Isles-sourced ingredients and seasonal menus.
The cozy front room with a wood burning fire acts as the main congragation area for the hotel. At pretty much any hour of the day, the attentive staff with serve you drinks, tea or snacks in the main room or the terrace. It's as if you've gone home and opened your own liquor cabinet. All guests are offered a welcome drink on arrival, daily newspaper, nightly turndown service with home-baked goods, champagne and canapés every evening.
London's lovely South Kensington neighborhood.
London, United Kingdom