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The Trafalgar Hilton, London

Classic Luxury Hotel | City Setting
2 Spring Gardens – Trafalgar Square – London – SW1A 2TS – 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
Located on the south side of Trafalgar Square, the hotel that shares its name is a study in contemporary style. The tasteful décor includes spacious, airy rooms with walnut furniture, pendulum lamps, and breezy curtains that reveal stunning views of the majestic square.

The Trafalgar Roof Garden offers breathtaking views of the exciting city by day or night and room for up to 70 guests. A chic restaurant and bar with a sensual design and sophisticated menus, as well as five flexible, stylish event spaces, are among the many amenities to be found at this diverse, playful hotel.

The rooms and suites surround guests in the gorgeous fragrance of aromatherapy toiletries. And it’s impossible to step into the bathroom without feeling an urge to relax within the inviting tubs large enough for two—with room left over for bubbles. The rooms also incorporate cosy appointments such as comfortable armchairs and sofas and high-tech essentials including stereo and DVD systems.

The bi-level Rockwell serves memorable drinks and great food within a trendy, see-and-be-seen atmosphere. Featuring black leather chairs and sofas, black lamps, black ceiling, dark walnut walls and floor, and white lacquer, it creates a warm, intimate ambience in which to enjoy superb wines, innovative cocktails, and upscale bar food.

The Trafalgar includes a contemporary gym that boasts the latest performance equipment from technogym to inspire new heights of physical wellness and whole body rejuvenation.

Hotel Features
The Trafalgar is committed to modern art and music, inviting a variety of famous DJs to spin at the hotel and featuring Robert Bradford’s PLASTIC, a collection of art that uses toys as building blocks to create human and animal figures.

Whether you’re planning a reception, private dinner, or corporate event, the five fashionable function spaces at the Trafalgar can host them all in style. From professional spaces such as the Boardroom and the Strategy Room, ideal for business meetings and launches, to the entertaining yet elegant Upper Rockwell, perfect for receptions and parties for up to 150 guests, there’s no shortage of function space for your next gathering.

The Trafalgar Hotel is suitably placed in a prime position on the South side of the world- famous Trafalgar Square. Just North of the Square is Regent Street with its considerable selection of boutiques, bars and restaurants. Covent Garden and Soho are within walking distance of the hotel, while a quick meander to the rear of the hotel will find you overlooking the banks of the River Thames.

From London Heathrow take the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station and then transfer by tube to Piccadilly Circus, Charing Cross or Enbankment Station (all are located 0.3 miles from the hotel). From London City Airport take the Docklands Light Railway into Bank Station. Then transfer by tube to Piccadilly Circus, Charing Cross or Enbankment Station. Equally accessible are London’s other airports: London Gatwick (29 miles), Stansted (37 miles) and Luton (33 miles).

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

2 Spring Gardens – Trafalgar Square – London – SW1A 2TS – England

Tel: +44 (0)20 7870 2900
Fax: +44 (0)20 7870 2911


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