Hotel Preview: The Lanesborough London
The Lanesborough London reopened after a yearlong refurbishment just a few weeks ago. Still with a very classic style, but with furniture of the highest quality and new design elements, The Lanesborough London looks absolutely stunning. Now part of the Oetker Collection, guests of The Lanesborough London can expect the same outstanding experience as in other popular hotels like Le Bristol Paris or Palais Namaskar in Marrkesch.
There are only few cities that have so many outstanding and amazing hotels like London. While some of the newer properties come with outstanding modern design, others keep it classic.
A good example is The Lanesborough which closed its doors in late 2013 to get fully refurbished. Several months later, the luxury property, now managed by Oetker Hotel Management Company, opened its doors again.
Famous designer Alberto Pinto took the 18-month refurbishment as an opportunity to make all 93 guest rooms including 43 suites look absolutely amazing.
Rooms at The Lanesborough London
The Lanesborough London is one of the smaller luxury properties in London, but all rooms and suites are decently sized nevertheless.
Even the smallest room category called Deluxe Room comes with a marble bathroom equipped with both, a bathtub and an overhead shower for the best comfort in the heart of London. While the design is classic, guests can take advantage of the modern gimmicks at The Lanesborough London.
Be it the table to control the temperature and the lights in the room or the modern flat-screen television with 24 hours video on demand. For an even more unique stay, guests may opt for one of the several totally different suites of The Lanesborough London.
For everyone who wants to feel like a royal at least once, The Royal Suite with 269 square meters (2.900 square feet) is the perfect choice.
Dining at The Lanesborough London
Luxury hotels nowadays tend to offer guests not many, but rather one very exclusive restaurant. The Lanesborough London, for example, reopened the renowned Céleste Restaurant led by chef Florian Favario who only uses local and fresh ingredients for his unique combinations.
Be it for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner – at Célestea Restaurant, guests will always feel comfortable. Guests of The Lanesborough London may also enjoy The Library Bar, the intimate bar that offers a club-like atmosphere or The Garden Room which is one of the most popular Cigar Lounges in the city.
Not to forget about the Withdrawing Room and its relaxed atmosphere where enjoying a coffee or a drink is not only about taste, but also about atmosphere.
Gym and Spa at The Lanesborough London
The Lanesborough London offers its guests a fully equipped gym with several state-of-the-art machines.
More than that, there’s not only complimentary water, but also juices and fruits that are awaiting guests in the gym. Like that, even fitness feels utterly luxurious. If that’s not enough, there’s also a Spa Studio where treatments of all kinds may be enjoyed.
Be it a relaxing sports massage or a facial treatment, every minute at the Spa Studio make guests of The Lanesborough wish to never get back into reality.
Prices of The Lanesborough London
Neither hotels of the Oetker Collection nor London are known to be cheap. It’s not any surprising that the rates for The Lanesborough London start at 720 Pounds (~ 1.000 Euro / 1.125 US-Dollar) per night, making the recently refurbished luxury property one of the most expensive hotels in the city.
The basic rate includes 24 hours butler service, free Wi-Fi, daily newspaper, tea, coffee, mineral water and fresh fruits in the room. Breakfast comes with an extra charge, while taxes and service are included.
Even though The Lanesborough is without any doubt extremely expensive, it may be the perfect hotel for everyone searching for a hotel with classic style, all the possible luxury and a great location in the heart of London!
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