Hotel Cafe Royal - The Leading Hotels of the World

Valutato 9.3 in 491 recensioni. 160 stanze.

★★★★★

Situato sul viale Regent Street nel cuore di Londra, a sud-ovest di Mayfair e a sud di Soho, l’iconico e lussuoso 5 stelle Hotel Café Royal si trova a meno di 1,6 km da Theatreland, da Buckingham Palace, da Westminster e dal British Museum, e dista solo 6 minuti a piedi dalle zone dello shopping di Bond Street, Oxford Street e Savile Row.

Comprensivi di 54 suite e 7 suite d’autore, i 160 moderni alloggi di questo famoso hotel di Londra sono tutti provvisti di interni accuratamente progettati, WiFi gratuito, sistemi di intrattenimento Bang & Olufsen, hub multimediali e set di cortesia di lusso, mentre solo alcune suite vantano un minibar con snack e bevande analcoliche senza costi aggiuntivi.

Presso l’Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre avrete a disposizione un’ampia gamma di trattamenti benessere, una palestra all’avanguardia, una grande piscina a corsie, una sauna e un hammam/sala vapore.

L’hotel ospita vari bar e ristoranti tra cui il Grill & Sushi Bar, Laurent at Café Royal dello chef di fama internazionale Laurent Tourondel, ubicato nel cuore della struttura. Il Green Bar vi proporrà un assortimento di cocktail, mentre l'Oscar Wilde Lounge vi servirà il tè pomeridiano in un ambiente ristrutturato per far rivivere gli arredi e i dettagli dell’epoca di Luigi XVI. Accanto al Laurent at Café Royal troverete inoltre il cocktail bar Ziggy’s con il suo menù eclettico di cocktail ispirato a David Bowie, che nel 1973 decise di dire addio proprio qui al suo alter ego Ziggy Stardust con una festa stellata passata alla storia.

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  1. Waterstones

    Jeremy Lloyd , who wrote the hit BBC sitcom, based the series on his experience of working in Simpson’s, a menswear store on the site of the modern Waterstone’s.

    83 m dall'hotel
    203/206 Piccadilly

  2. Fortnum & Mason

    For a treasure trove of festive delights, head to Fortnum & Mason where hampers come packaged in signature F&M-stamped wicker baskets, and for special orders, come delivered on a horse drawn carriage.

    224 m dall'hotel
    181 Piccadilly

  3. Gelupo

    Gelupo is one of the London’s best-kept secrets – an outstanding ice-cream parlour not even five minutes from Piccadilly Circus. Step inside, and feast your senses.

    241 m dall'hotel
    7 Archer St

  4. Chinatown

    Soho is home to Europe’s largest Chinatown, which developed in the 1970s. Earlier generations of London’s Chinese population had centred around the docks of Limehouse.

    395 m dall'hotel
    Gerrard St

  5. Hamleys

    The world’s largest toy shop began life in 1760 as Noah’s Ark at 231 High Holborn. The Regent Street branch opened in 1881, and was bombed 5 times during the war.

    421 m dall'hotel
    188-196 Regent St

  6. Princi

    "Princi's food, which runs from tiny sweetish pizzetini (60p) topped with a pungent smear of dried anchovy to full meals such as braised beef in barolo wine, is very, very good..."

    460 m dall'hotel
    135 Wardour St.

  7. National Portrait Gallery

    One of the gallery’s most famous pictures is the Chandos portrait, which is said to be of William Shakespeare by his friend Richard Burbage. But some dispute its provenance.

    0.6 km dall'hotel
    St. Martin's Pl

  8. The Harp

    The pub's emphasis is firmly on real ale, real cider and real conversation, with 10 hand pumps on the bar serving a great selection of beers from great breweries. It's a place to meet friends and make friends.

    0.7 km dall'hotel
    47 Chandos Place

  9. St James's Park

    Originally a deer park for Henry VIII, so he could hunt while staying at Whitehall Palace, the park was laid out in a formal style by Charles II, when Pepys came here to watch ice skating.

    0.8 km dall'hotel
    The Mall

  10. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    1.2 km dall'hotel
    Great Russell St