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Combining architectural heritage with contemporary design, guests are welcomed to a modern grand hotel in the heart of London’s West End. Hotel Café Royal is a destination in its own right. You feel like you are miles away from the hustle and bustle, but you are on Regent Street in the heart of London. The hotel manages to feel both polished and playful.Alexandra Stockton
Cool and comfortable. The building is quite large, and historic but has just the right touch of a modern art deco-type twist.Ashley Melchiorre
With 160 guestrooms, including seven signature suites, accommodations been created in a contemporary yet refined style. The rooms are all extremely quiet despite being in the center of town. The bathtubs are solid carrara marble and were carved out inside of the rooms. Fun Fact? The world-wide production of marble was shut down for three months due to the amount of marble blocks needed for this project!
I recommend booking one of their spacious suites. The Junior Suite category starts around 560 sq. ft. and feels more like an apartment than a room. If you really want to be wowed, have your travel advisor book you one of their specialty suites. Or, opt for the Dome Penthouse, complete with an amazing rooftop veranda and impressive views of Piccadilly.Alexandra Stockton
Guests have access to the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, an urban retreat spanning over 1,200 sq meters featuring a large indoor lap pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and gym with state-of-the-art fitness equipment. The center offers a variety of complimentary fitness classes or you can book a private session with a trainer or teacher. Fitness classes at Akasha include calisthenics, bodywork and TRX, along with more holistic courses like yoga and pilates.Alexandra Stockton
Akasha Spa is perfectly serene. From nutrition to meditation, and Reiki to Watsu, you can enjoy expert treatments, therapies and training offered at no other London hotel. The Watsu treatment comes highly reccomended. This is a modern hydrotherapy practice that combines muscle stretching, joint mobilization, shiatsu, and massage. You will emerge feeling relaxed and renewed!Ashley Melchiorre
This legendary Regent Street address has long been the capital’s hub for fine food, wine and conversation. Oscar Wilde chose the Café Royal (perhaps partially for its unmatched wine selection!) as his salon, while Winston Churchill favored Café Royal’s steaks and champagne. Even those who differed on most things, came together here to enjoy an atmosphere and range of gourmet pleasures found nowhere else. The story continues today, as celebrated chefs add to the culinary excitement.Sarah Steinmetz
Open all day for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night cocktails, Laurent offers a fabulous selection for foodies. Be sure to try the popover meal at breakfast! For dinner, opt for sushi. Laurent’s Grill & Sushi Bar is led by internationally renowned Chef Laurent Tourondel. Meat lovers will appreciate the finest cuts of steak from the British Isles, the US, Australia and Japan.Alexandra Stockton
Once the preferred haunt of Oscar Wilde and his contemporaries, this is now the stunning backdrop for an award-winning afternoon tea service. Plenty of time and care has been taken to restore its Grade II listed setting and authentic Louis XVI detailing, ringing in a new era of opulence. Set some time aside to take tea the English way and you’ll be assured to feel instantly more elegant!Ashley Melchiorre
Three Michelin-starred chef Albert Adrià, lauded as the world’s best pastry chef, opened his first restaurant outside his native Spain right here at Hotel Café Royal. ‘Cakes & Bubbles’ is opened November 2018 and quickly became the newest hotspot in London. The restaurant serves Adrià’s unique desserts alongside Champagnes and sparkling wines.Sarah Steinmetz
Green Bar, named not only for it’s glowy green walls and decor, but also for Cafe’s once upon a time frequent visitor Oscar Wilde’s favorite drink, Absinthe. The atmosphere is cool and buzzy in the evening with some of the best cocktails you’ll find in London. Try a cocktail from their Absinthe Journey selection if you dare!Ashley Melchiorre
This is an excellent cocktail bar complete with inventive drinks and retro decor. The bar is named in honor of the legendary party that David Bowie thew at Café Royal after he retired his dramatic alter ego Ziggy Stardust. So sip on classic cocktails reinvented surrounded by intimate photography of the icon by rock photographer Mick Rock.Alexandra Stockton
Bring the entire family! They have family suites that include options for two and three bedrooms with one Deluxe Suite and up to two Grand Superior rooms. The spacious signature suites also work well for families visiting London.Alexandra Stockton
Picadailly Circus, London
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