Hotel Café Royal London

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Hotel Café Royal, London


 

Located in the heart of London, close to both prestigious Mayfair to the west and the creative diversity of Soho to the east, the Hotel Café Royal is a five-star icon that brings together a sense of heritage and the 21st century. David Chipperfield Architects have sensitively restored the hotel’s listed interiors, dating from the 1860s and 1920s, while introducing contemporary design to create a hotel that is visually unsurpassed. Its 160 rooms and suites unite historical heritage with modern design and offer iconic views over Regent Street or Soho. You can enjoy a wonderful
dinner in the Ten Room or celebrate European café culture in The Café. A definite must is the hotel’s Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre. The jewel of Hotel Café Royal is the Oscar Wilde Bar, formerly the legendary Grill Room established in 1865 and frequented by Wilde himself. The bar now offers a new era of opulence in a Grade II listed setting with authentic Louis XVI detailing that has been restored with the greatest care. Hotel Café Royal has always been a preferred haunt of the intellectual, political and artistic literati: Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf, Winston Churchill, Brigitte Bardot, Mick Jagger and David Bowie were all regulars. Indeed in 1973, Bowie famously retired his alter ego, Ziggy Stardust, at a star-studded party that went down in history as ‘The Last Supper’. In the Hotel Café Royal, you will find a welcome in a place where international travellers become instant insiders and where the past is respected while the present is celebrated. This iconic hotel will live up to the expectations of the most discerning guests.

 
—Copyright 2016 Mart Engelen
 
 

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Hotel Café Royal, London

 
 

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Hotel Café Royal, London