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Sheraton Park Tower, London

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Classic Luxury Hotel | City Setting
101 Knightsbridge – London – SW1X 7RN - England
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Hotel Introduction
A member of Starwood Hotels’ Luxury Collection, the Sheraton Park Tower’s unique circular design ensures that wherever you are in the hotel, you have sweeping views of the vibrant city and its famous skyline. Its location in Knightsbridge ensures ready access to a host of shops, restaurants, and attractions.

Designed by celebrated architects Richard Robin Seifert & Partners, the Sheraton Park Tower debuted in 1973 and has continued to amaze guests with its style and considerable amenities, including an award-winning restaurant celebrated for its mouth-watering seafood dishes, in-room spa services, and elegant event rooms.

The 280 rooms and suites offer stunning views of London’s historic architecture, as well as comforts such as sumptuous Luxury Collection beds, crisp cotton sheets, posh bathrobes and slippers, walk-in showers and deep soaking tubs, flat-screen televisions, Wi-Fi, 42 satellite channels in eight languages, and movies and music on demand.

Dining
Acclaimed for both its style and substance, One-O-One restaurant was voted Best Fish Restaurant by “Harden’s Guide” for five consecutive years and was named one of London’s coolest restaurants in Harper’s “Going Out Guide 2008.” Enjoy the fabulous creations of Chef Pascal Proyart on the Terrace at Knightsbridge during warmer months. Indulge in lighter fare and afternoon tea in the elegant Knightsbridge Lounge, and sip a vintage cognac within the refined interior of the Piano Bar.

Spa
The modern fitness centre is equipped with all of the latest cardiovascular and weight machines, while you stay motivated and entertained with three 32-inch HD-ready plasma televisions and an AEI CD player. Afterward, unwind with an in-room spa treatment such as a massage, facial, body exfoliation, and hair and nail services—all form the comfort of your room.

Hotel Features
Splurge on London’s most expensive cocktail—the Diamond Martini—in the Piano Bar. Created with Remy Martin Louis XIII cognac, champagne, and Angostura bitters, it also includes a little something extra: a diamond in the size of your choice. The Sheraton Park Tower’s in-house jeweller, Pacha, can customize the gem to any specification.

Meetings
Four flexible function spaces host intimate business meetings for 10 or deluxe receptions for 150 friends in style. A full range of technical support tools—including Wi-Fi, high-speed Internet access, high-speed video conferencing and satellite up/down link capabilities, video and data projection capabilities, and built-in audiovisual equipment—along with a technical support person ensures that every meeting is a complete success.

Location
Whether ready to immerse yourself in a world of culture, shopping, or five-star dining and entertainment, Knightsbridge offers a bounty of options within easy walking distance of the Sheraton Park Tower. Just minutes walking distance away Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Sloane Street beckons with an array of tempting boutiques. The Sheraton's close proximity to the Royal Parks, including Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and St James's, provides the perfect opportunity for a leisurely stroll through some of the city's most picturesque open spaces.

From London Heathrow take the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station and then transfer by tube to either Knightsbridge Station (0.1 miles from the hotel) or Hyde Park Corner (0.3 miles). From London Gatwick take the Gatwick Express into Victoria Station, then transfer by tube to Knightsbridge or Hyde Park Corner Station. Equally accessible are London’s other airports: London City (10.5 miles), Stansted (39.6 miles) and Luton (33.5 miles).

The hotel Concierge can be contacted in order to arrange a transfer. Please note that a fee will apply.

Contacts
101 Knightsbridge – London – SW1X 7RN - England

Tel : +44 (0)20 7235 8050

 

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