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Built in 1910, The Goring has been lovingly run by the Goring family since its inception. The property is now the oldest privately-owned hotel in London. Plus, with its Michelin-starred restaurant, The Goring is well known for its exceptional food, making your overnight stay even more special.Amanda Poses
This property manages to be fit for British Royalty, yet unpretentious and supremely inviting.Lila Fox
Each of the 69 individually designed bedrooms and suites exude classic British style with the utmost tradition and charm. The suites provide something extra special, with Gainsborough silk-lined walls, separate sitting room and bedroom areas and an in-suite cocktail hour. The jewel in the crown is The Royal Suite – a two bedroom suite with exquisite hand-woven silks and bespoke furniture, as well as a number of royal artifacts and antiques to surprise and delight.
The rooms are over six floors and have views of either Goring Gardens or
Beeston Place. Each room at The Goring has been individually decorated by
renowned British designers, featuring selected wallpapers, crisp Italian linen and lovingly crafted bespoke furniture. Refined elegance blends with subtle, state-of-the-art technology, including complimentary WiFi, air conditioning, mood lighting and TV with digital on-demand entertainment. The marble bathrooms feature luxury Asprey amenities and the finest Egyptian towels and bathrobes.
For eating and drinking, the hotel is popular with locals and guests alike.The Dining Room at The Goring was awarded its first star in The Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2016 and it was successfully retained once again for the 2019 Michelin Guide, a brilliant testament to the fiercely talented restaurant team.
Not to mention, the elegantly designed private dining rooms provide a magnificent backdrop for any occasion and we love that you can reserve these intimate spaces for small dinner parties.Lila Fox
The Bar & Lounge features an award-winning afternoon tea. The Goring celebrates this much-loved English tradition with a creative, delicious Afternoon Tea service. Enjoy delicate pastries, scones and sandwiches served with the finest blended and first-flush teas from around the world – topped off with a glass of Bollinger Champagne.
Or, enjoy an adult beverage in the swanky, dimly-lit bar and lounge area, adorned in royal red and gold upholstery and drapery. Conveniently open 24/7.Lila Fox
With the latest Technogym equipment and a selection of free weights, The Goring’s Fitness Room is the ideal place to keep up with your training program while in London. Continue with your cardiovascular or resistance training within the hotel, or step outside for a run in the surrounding Royal Parks. The Concierge can provide you with a selection of scenic running routes for a variety of distances.
For a little more motivation, speak to one of the team to arrange a personal training session. Or, for something more leisurely Croquet can be played on the lawn during warmer months.Lila Fox
This is absolutely a family-friendly property, especially if your kids are curious about learning the intricacies of British Royalty. Just a stone’s throw from the Queen and entrenched in history, use this as an opportunity to tap into the educational piece of your family’s trip.
Located in Belgravia, one of the most exclusive and elegant areas of central London, The Goring is perfectly placed for exploring the capital - shopping, sightseeing and theatre. With Buckingham Palace only a five minute walk from the hotel, The Goring is just a Royal wave from its famous neighbours - whilst Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Kensington are within easy reach.
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