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The Lanesborough, a St Regis Hotel

Hyde Park Corner, London, England SW1X 7TA United Kingdom

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The Lanesborough, a St Regis Hotel, London, England
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The Lanesborough, a St Regis Hotel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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Ideally located on Hyde Park Corner in Knightsbridge - and in such proximity to royal residences - this member of The Leading Hotels of the World sits on the path of the household cavalry which passes by every morning to change guards at Horseguards. The Lanesborough was recently restored to its 19t...

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Royally proportioned public rooms distinguish this multimillion-pound, American-run conversion of St. George's Hospital. Everything undulates with richness - moiré silks and fleurs-de-lis in the colors of precious stones, magnificent antiques and oil paintings, handwoven £250-per-square...

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It may be strange to contemplate, but this museum-size house was originally built as a private home in what was deemed open countryside outside London in 1719. Subsequently it was turned into St. George’s Hospital, which opened in 1733 and remained on this site till 1980; the transformation in...

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Opened in 1991, The Lanesborough rapidly became the place for the likes of Madonna and her kind. It is noted for having all the latest high-tech gadgetry, cunningly concealed behind a sea of mahogany furnishings. Indeed, facade is everything here, for this luxury hotel was created inside the gutted ...

Simply Put: The Very Best - user review
My husband and I stayed at the Lanesborough in June 2004. It was our first stay at this hotel and we were tremendously pleased. Everything was excellent the room was beautiful, the bathroom outfitted in marble, the personal butler responding seconds after we called every time; the hotel even sent a ...

The conservatory is excellent - user review
After reading the review of the TALF Lanesborough tea I had to visit the Lanesborough for tea. It exceeded my high expectations. The conservatory was beautiful, my table exquisitely lay...

Excellent!! - user review
At last a London Hotel with staff that take a pride in their performance. After years of smart, expensive Hotels let down by indifferent staff its nice to find a Hotel you would like t...

Simply Incredible!! - user review
Have just come back from another outstanding stay in the Lanesborough. This is a proper 5* hotel. Rooms are impeccable, food is to die for, service is faultless and the location is ...

The Best - user review
Having just returned from the lanesborough, I have to say that this is an absolutely amazing hotel. Me and the two children arrived a few hours before check in, but our room was not ...

A luxurious shelter From the London rains - user review
Spent three nights in London (January 2006) en route to vacation in the Indian Ocean and Africa. Stayed one night at the Mandarin Oriental, then two nights at the Lanesborough. Enj...

Fantastic! - user review
Stayed here for several nights (including New Years Eve). Hotel and the service was fabulous. The butler obtained a tuxedo for me at the last minute and didn't even have to ask my si...

Old style opulence - user review
The Lanesborough is not for those with minimalist tendancies. It is splendid and opulent with silk wallpaper, floral drapes and the atmosphere of a by-gone age where service was of a ...

Sorry Lanesborough - user review
We slept at the Lanesborough for three nights and paid about £ 1200. It was absolutely not worth the money. I guess the service is excellent, but we didn't use it, so a cheaper hotel w...

Superb - user review
We spent two nights at the Lanesborough before we returned to the US. After spending two weeks in a dorm at Cambridge University, we thought we had died and gone to heaven. The sui...

Ok, so I like to unpack my own bag, but I do love truffles and scones! - user review
We spent two nights at the Lanesborough in June 2006. It is one of the few hotels I've been to where the room (though beautifully appointed) is not what I remember best. Instead, when ...

The Lanesborough Hotel,London Hyde Park Corner
The Lanesborough Hotel London enjoys an enviable location, right by Hyde Park corner and with an entrance on Knightsbridge. Within walking distance of a host of world renowned attractions and shopping areas such as Sloane Street, Harrods, Park Lane, Hyde park, Piccadilly, Buckingham Palace and Green...

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