Art deco glamour
- 203 rooms and suites
- Michelin-starred restaurant
- Two bars
- Foyer and Reading Room
- Spa and gym
When it comes to timeless British style, Claridge’s is hard to beat. Located in the heart of Mayfair, the seven-storey, terracotta-faced hotel is synonymous with style and has long been an institution in the capital.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were among the first few to walk through its doors, and it has been favoured by royalty and heads of state ever since. A redesign led by C.W Stephens, who was also responsible for Harrod’s, turned it into one of London’s most prestigious hotels, a reputation it has held for over a century.
The hotel’s iconic art deco style is evident as soon as you step inside, with the Foyer’s black and white geometric floor tiles, gilded mirrors and Dale Chihuly chandelier. Each of the 203 rooms and suites have been individually designed and effortlessly blend comfort and style. The impressive Prince Alexander Suite even features a Broadwood grand piano and sheet music.
Simon Rogan is the mastermind behind the hotel’s Michelin-starred Fera restaurant, where the focus is on creative British cuisine that follows the seasons. The team at Claridge’s have been perfecting the art of afternoon tea for 150 years; finger sandwiches, scones and delicate pastries are served alongside a selection of carefully selected loose-leaf teas on their signature green and white striped chinaware. The Fumoir Bar is an atmospheric hideaway where classic cocktails are reinvented, forgotten drinks are brought back to life and bold new creations are served in Lalique crystal glasses.
Claridge’s is a stone’s throw from London’s most prestigious shopping districts and world-class galleries, theatres and museums, while the leafy expanses of Hyde Park and St James’ Park are perfect for strolling.