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Rosewood London

"Rosewood achieves a home away from home, yet features such as a columned edifice and marble staircase still wow. For delightful days and dynamic evenings, we recommend the afternoon tea in the Mirror Room and preprandial cocktails at Scarfes Bar."

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Explore Rosewood London

Begin your London escapade at a base of many merits. But first, you must follow the archway beyond the hotel’s ornate facade. It’ll lead into an intimate Edwardian courtyard. Like a portal into a new world, you immediately notice a peaceful quiet and lack of hubbub.A sleek palette of white, grey and stone occupies the residences. Illustrious facilities are fit for a classy crowd. But what makes the hotel grand goes beyond aesthetic. Rather, it’s the warm ambience and nostalgia with which time moves. Sample fine British dining. Discover true serenity at the spa. Accentuated with an air of English elegance, languid evenings and live jazz at Scarfes soon ensues.

Location

Located just off bustling Holborn, the hotel is tucked away within a beautiful historic building. Tube stops for the Central and Piccadilly Lines are right on your doorstep. Meanwhile, sights like the British Museum and Covent Garden can all be reached on foot.

Rooms

Interiors here boast natural grace, but unlike the Ritz, they utilise modish style. This grants each stay a cosy, homely feeling. The 263 rooms are split into four categories, alongside 45 lavish suites. All are spacious and immaculate with big comfy beds.

Who is it for

This is a great choice for families as well as couples, with considerate staff going the extra mile for all manner of guests. Children have a personal welcome letter to look forward to, beside wanton activities through the Rosebuds Programme.

Amenities & Activities

Complete with sauna and steam facilities and excellent treatments, relaxation is truly valued in the oasis-like Sense Spa. There’s also a gym supplying fruit and headphones. The Art Deco-adorned Holborn Dining Room stocks the largest selection of gin in London. Lastly, a visit to the acclaimed Scarfes Bar is a must.