Locations in the category : Hotels

The Royal Horseguards Hotel

The Royal Horseguards hotel at 2 Whitehall Court, Whitehall, SW1A 2EJ, is to have its 280 bedrooms refurbished by next year as part of a £16.3m facelift. The listed building was built in 1884 and used by the secret...

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16 St Alfege Passage

A warm welcome awaits you from Robert and Nicholas at the St Alfeges bed and breakfast, that welcomes gay and straight guests alike, to this unusually designed house, with comfortable, stylish furnishings. The rooms are colour themed and offer...

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Waldorf Hilton

Waldorf Hilton
The Waldorf Hilton, originally known simply as the Waldorf Hotel, is a famous five star hotel operated by Hilton Hotels, located in the West End of London at Aldwych in the City of Westminster. The hotel was built in...

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The Savoy

The Savoy Hotel is a five-star hotel found on the Strand, London. Opened in 1889, it was built by Richard D’Oyly Carte, the owner of the nearby Savoy Theatre. It was and remains one of London’s most prestigious and...

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The London Hilton

The London Hilton on Park Lane is a hotel and skyscraper, overlooking Hyde Park in the exclusive Mayfair district of London. It is 101 metres tall and has 28 storeys and 450 rooms. It was completed in 1963 and...

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The Dorchester

The Dorchester is a leading luxury hotel on Park Lane in Mayfair, London, overlooking Hyde Park. It has a reputation for the rich and famous staying there. The Dorchester Hotel opened on 18 April 1931. It was created by...

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The Ritz

Famed Swiss hotelier Cesar Ritz opened the hotel on May 24, 1906. The building is neoclassical in the Louis XVI manner, built during the Belle Epoque to resemble a stylish Parisian block of flats, over arcades that consciously evoked...

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Claridges

Claridge’s is a traditional grand hotel which is said to have an aristocratic ambiance. Its extensive connections with royalty have led to it being referred to as an “extension to Buckingham Palace”. It was founded in 1812 as Mivart’s...

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