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The Berkeley, London

Elegant Luxury Hotel | City Setting
Wilton Place, London, SW1X 7RL, England
British Museum
Buckingham Palace
Carnaby Street
Covent Garden (shopping)
Dolce and Gabbana
Gaucho Grill
Gordon Ramsay On Royal Hospital Road
Harvey Nichols
Houses of Parliament
Jean Paul Gaultier
John Lewis
Le Gavroche
Locanda Locatelli
London Eye
Louis Vuitton
Madame Tussauds
Miu Miu
National Gallery
Nobu Berkeley Street
Piccadilly Circus
Pied a Terre
Rasoi Vineet Bhatia
Shaftesbury Avenue
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
St Paul's Cathedral
Tate Britain
Tate Modern
The Capital
The Ledbury
The Square
Tower of London
Trafalgar Square
V&A, Science Museum, Natural History Museum
Westminster Abbey
Hyde Park

Hotel Introduction
For those who demand lavish accommodations and a chic, contemporary style, the Berkeley is an ideal choice. This five-star luxury hotel offers a modern ambience and a 100-year history of entertaining celebrities and upscale travellers. Constantly reinventing itself, what remains the same are the atmosphere of indulgence and flawless service.

Taking up residence in a new facility in the 1970s, the hotel’s star attraction then and now is the rooftop pool. However, plenty of other amenities vie for guests’ attention as well: the hotel’s health club and spa offer the opportunity to relax and rejuvenate, while the array of four restaurants and lounges are among the hottest destinations in the entire city and feature the work of internationally renowned chefs.

The rooms and suites are a sophisticated, yet comfortable retreat from the hectic outside world. The Berkeley surrounds guests in individually decorated rooms that boast features including fine Italian marble, sumptuous fabrics, Asprey toiletries, and sleek chrome finishes in the bathroom. A plush bathrobe and slippers, satellite TV, Internet access, and a DVD library make your stay even more relaxing.

The Berkeley houses not one—but two—of London’s finest restaurants, each run in conjunction with celebrity chefs. Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley, which has been awarded two Michelin stars, features the dramatic European cuisine of the eponymous chef in a sophisticated atmosphere. Boxwood Café is noted chef Gordon Ramsay’s rendering of upscale New York City dining. The restaurant is a charming, clean space, while the food includes only quality, seasonal ingredients. The Blue Bar is a stylish destination for well-heeled locals, with its blue colour scheme and innovative cocktails. The Caramel Room, decorated in beautiful chocolate colours, is ideal for breakfast or for award-winning afternoon tea.

The Health Club at the Berkeley offers state-of-the-art equipment and dazzling views over Knightsbridge and Hyde Park. Combined with the rooftop pool, sauna, and steam rooms, it provides an unforgettable workout experience. A host of luxurious spa and beauty treatments await guests who venture into The Spa at the Berkeley: everything from facial treatments to aromatherapy and massage to therapies designed especially for pregnant women or gentlemen.

Hotel Features
The award-winning afternoon tea at the Berkeley, called “Prêt-à-Portea,” is a fashionista’s delight. The meal is inspired by the fashion world, and the menu changes twice a year to keep up with the latest trends.

From wedding receptions to corporate launches, guests can choose from among six flexible and stylish venues to host their social or professional functions. The spacious Ballroom, with its crystal chandeliers and mirrored ceiling, comfortably hosts up to 400 attendees in sumptuous style; smaller gatherings and conferences will enjoy the delightful intimacy of elegant meeting rooms such as the Belgravia Room and the Wilton Room. The event planning team is like your personal staff, seeing to all of the details and allowing you to relax and enjoy the event.

The Berkeley’s central location provides easy access to some of the world's most famous shopping, theatre, concerts and historical venues. Just minutes walking distance away, Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Sloane Street beckons with an array of tempting boutiques. For art-lovers and history enthusiasts, a wide variety of London's best known museums, such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Natural History Museum and the Science Museum in Exhibition Road, are near the hotel.

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 (0.2 miles). From London Gatwick take the Gatwick Express into Victoria Station, then transfer by tube to Knightsbridge Station or Hyde Park Corner. Equally accessible are London’s other airports: London City (10.3 miles), Stansted (39.4 miles) and Luton (33.3 miles).

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

Wilton Place – Knightsbridge – SW1X 7RL - England

Tel: +44 (0)20 7235 6000


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