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Quintessentially British. Luxury Manor House-esque, combined with a hint of youthful glamour.
Rosewood London offers it’s guests the choice of 262 rooms and 44 suites. They capture the heritage and charm of London, whilst still distinctively modern and elegant. Plush comfort and a soothing blend of beauty, comfort, style, and space in whatever category you choose.
I had the honour of staying in a Grand Premier Suite, which is a one-bedroom residence spread out across 85 sq m of living space. With a jaw dropping foyer, the suite has a light and airy feel, with views over the Rosewood London’s historic Edwardian courtyard. This room category would be perfect for the client looking for extra space and a little more privacy.
While the property doesn’t have a pool, they do have a Fitness Suite which is set over two rooms. the studios are full of natural light and offer the latest gym equipment and space to stretch out, after exploring the sites of London. Personal trainers are also on hand to offer advice and guide you through a personalised program during your stay if requested.
Sense Spa is the perfect place to zen out and step away from the madness of London’s busy High Streets. Whilst I didn’t have the time to have a treatment myself, I know that there is an option to experience a five-star hair treatment from award-winning and celebrity stylist Matthew Curtis!
In addition to the incredible rooms and suites at Rosewood London, you have some of London’s best food and beverage experiences on offer.
Holborn Dining Room, a traditional brasserie, serving some of Britain’s most iconic dishes, in a vibrant, and more relaxed atmosphere. The attached delicatessen is also a great touch for a quick bite or coffee on the run.
The Mirror room is the spot for a more intimate, refined dining experience.
The Holborn dining room has London’s largest Gin bar, with over 400 varieties on offer.
With a list of Gin cocktails the length of my arm, I recommend speaking with the Ginologist, taking a seat at the copper-topped bar (or out in The Terrace if it’s a rare sunny London day like it was the day I visited) and working your way through a selection. Trust me, you won’t be able to stop at just one. They are too good!
The heart and soul of the property is definitely Scarfes bar, which feels nothing like most boring/stuffy hotel bars. Think distinguished gentleman’s club, with plush velvet chairs, a roaring fireplace, bookcases filled with antique books, and of course JAZZ!
It’s named after Gerald Scarfe, the famous British Illustrator who has done all manner of work, including art for Pink Floyd’s album ‘The Wall’, and you’ll find his specifically commissioned pieces lining the walls. The bar is a favourite with guests and locals alike, and is not to be missed.
Absolutely! The Rosewood some fantastic suites that will easily accommodate families of all sizes, and with it’s warm Manor House vibe, children will not be out of place. In fact, whilst I was experiencing the property I noticed staff paying particular attention to the kids, even going so far as remembering them all by name. Amazing!
There are also personalised amenities just for the kids and the ‘Rose Bud’s activities program.
Located in High-Holborn, just steps from Covent Garden and West end theatres, it’s truly located in the heart of the city.
Getting to the property by Rosewoods luxury chauffeur service, an iconic Black Cab or London’s Underground makes the Rosewood London very accessible for all guests.
High Holborn, London