The Look and Experience:
This luxurious 5 star hotel in the heart of the English capital is a very appealing place to stay at where a serene and sophisticated stay will be thoroughly enjoyed. A short hop from some of London’s mega tourist sights and its best shopping streets, this classy hotel is a true London icon.
Bed and Bath:
Guestrooms at the Cafe Royal Hotel combine contemporary design and classic touches. The rooms are among the most spacious in the city.
About Your Stay:
The Cafe Royal Hotel on Regent Street in central London is a joy to stay at for so many reasons. From the Ten Room which offers delicious meals 24/7 while the Green Bar is where you will be able to chill out and relax with an expertly crafted cocktail.
The Oscar Wilde Bar is the best spot to enjoy cocktails, champagne and some delightful British cuisine that will definitely blow your mind. As the hotel is just a short hop from the vibrant, buzzing city centre, you will be right on the doorstep of some of London’s most iconic sights and attractions. Complete the day with a trip to the elegant Urban Wellbeing Centre where you will be able to freely use the property’s state-of-the-art gym, glamorous swimming pool and sauna. If shopping is your thing, the Cafe Royal is a prime perch for shopaholics hoping to hit some of the city’s best shopping scenes.
At the Hotel:
Concierge Assistance 24/7
Staff that graciously handle every request
Elegant Urban Wellbeing Centre
Oscar Wilde Bar
Be in the Know:
If it is a drink with a fantastic panoramic view of London you are after you should visit the Skylounge (+44 20 77091044). This hidden gem is the works. Twelve floors up, the magnificent vantage point of the Skylounge’s alfresco terrace is where you will be able to gaze across at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London while sipping expertly crafted cocktails or any other beverage for that matter.
If you are staying in the Soho part of London definitely make it part of your trip to have a drink in the Dog and Duck Bar (+44 20 7494 0697). It has been an institution in the Soho area for years and it is very popular with locals and visitors to London. You will discover that most of the bars interiors are authentically vintage including carved mahogany and the George Orwell room upstairs. The famous writer used to drink here.
Come and visit Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese (+44 20 353 6170). This very popular Fleet Street bar dates back to 1667 during the reign of King Charles II. Normally bustling and beers being ordered by the dozen, rarely do you see someone leaving disappointed. If it is a fun night out in a historic landmark, this has to be the bar for you.
The Glasshouse (+44 20 89403833) is a fabulous place to dine at. It has retained its Michelin star since 2002 and if it is a quality dining experience that you seek in relaxing surroundings, the Glasshouse has to be the restaurant for you. Impeccable service and excellent value for money are two key reasons why this restaurant has remained very popular with tourists and locals alike.
Enjoy a truly wonderful dining experience at Fera at Claridge’s (+44 20 7107 8888)in Mayfair. Chef Simon Rogan’s delicious dishes are modern takes on classic British cuisine. Inspired by the constant changing of the seasons, the a la carte and the tasting menus are out of this world.
Why not end the first day of your London holiday with dinner at one of London’s top-notch restaurants - Benares Restaurant & Bar (+44 20 7629 8886), which is located in the heart of Mayfair. It is Atul Kochhar’s Michelin starred Indian restaurant. Taste wonderful dishes from all over India and be advised that all lamb and chicken prepared is halal.
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