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Claridge's, London

Elegant Luxury Hotel | City Setting
Brook Street, London, W1A2JQ, England
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Hotel Introduction
A century-old Art Deco hotel, Claridge’s is internationally famous for its opulence, flawless service, and old-world glamour. Its luxurious accommodations and impeccable style have attracted a who’s who of celebrities, and the beautiful event rooms have hosted royal receptions and state banquets. The hotel and the city have made history together.

This hallmark hotel prides itself on award-winning service and business facilities, but it’s also a prime destination for total body pampering. For foodies, the hotel delivers what’s arguably the best tea in London, as well as cuisine from celebrated chef Gordon Ramsay. For complete indulgence, book a relaxing treatment in Claridge’s spa.

Top-notch design and extravagant comfort combine in the gorgeous rooms and suites at Claridge’s. Within these grand spaces—the largest guestrooms in the city—you’ll find timeless, lavish touches such as refined fabrics and furnishings, fresh flowers, luxury bathrobes and slippers, and Asprey toiletries. Also standard is a complete list of modern conveniences such as satellite television, Wi-Fi, and CD and DVD players.

An astounding collection of outstanding restaurants and bars makes Claridge’s a “must” for gourmands. Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s is the ultimate fine dining experience, with modern European fare presented in elegant surroundings. The Reading Room, with its leather columns and suede walls, is an intimate, relaxed setting for a contemporary meal. The Foyer, home of what’s largely considered to be the best tea in London, is a sumptuous space that’s perfect for a light meal or cocktails. Claridge’s Bar offers a stylish refuge in which to sip a wide range of champagnes, cocktails, and liqueurs. The Fumoir is a 1930s-themed lounge with a rich interior and even richer selection of cognacs, armagnacs, liquors, and more.

Claridge’s beauty and Fitness is a complete renewal facility. The peaceful, bright, and airy environment is an ideal place to exercise your body and rejuvenate your mind. The latest cardio and weight machines, as well as personal attention from top trainers, ensure that guests can stay in great shape while on the go. Wellness treatments such as massages, reflexology, manicures and pedicures, waxing, and facials will leave you feeling tranquil and refreshed.

Hotel Features
“Interactive dining” at Claridge’s gives guests the opportunity to hear and see what makes the dining experience so special. Go behind the scenes and into the kitchens with executive chef Martyn Nail, who will provide insider secrets and tips as he prepares a full-course dinner (with audience help) with wine pairings provided by Claridge’s sommelier.

Like everything else it does, Claridge’s hosts business and social functions in luxurious style. The many event rooms can be arranged to accommodate dinners, banquets, cocktails, exhibits, shows, and balls. For professional meetings, the hotel provides a wide range of the latest high-tech tools, while the onsite technology manager is always available to assist. From intimate gathering of a dozen colleagues to huge receptions for 800 guests, Claridge’s can help with all elements of planning and execution.

Set in the heart of Mayfair, just round the corner from Oxford Street, Claridge's is ideally located for exploring London. Bond Street tube is just a stone's throw from the hotel, and from here the rest of London can be reached with ease. London Heathrow (13m) and London City Airport (9.8m) are the closest airports, while Gatwick, Luton and Stansted are also each under an hour's drive away.

Brook Street - Mayfair - W1K 4HR - London - England

Tel: +44 (0)20 7629 8860

Green Tourism of London - Bronze award 2009
Telegraph Travel Awards 2008 - Best British Hotel
Forbes Traveller 400 - 2008
Ultra Travel 100 - Runner up for Best European Hotel 2008
Top Tea Place 2008 - Award for Excellence
Best Business Hotel in Europer 2007
Best Service in the UK and Irealand 2007
ZAGAT 100 Top Hotels list 2007


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