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The Metropolitan Hotel

19 old Park Lane, London W1K 1LB United Kingdom

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The Metropolitan Hotel, London, England
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The Metropolitan Hotel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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The opening of this hotel in 1997 has made the Park Lane area suddenly cool again. The Metropolitan overlooks Hyde Park and, perfect for its largely stylish clientele, is nestled between fashionable Knightsbridge and Mayfair. The hotel's 137 rooms and 18 suites reflect owner Christina Ong's impeccab...

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This supertrendy hotel is one of the few addresses for visiting fashion, music, and media folk in London. Its Met bar has an exclusive guest list, and the restaurant is the famed Nobu, leased by Japanese wonder-chef Nobu Matsuhisa. The lobby is sleek and postmodern, as are the bedrooms, which have i...

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Transformed by top interior designer Keith Hobbs, the Metropolitan (formerly The Londonderry) is one of the hottest hotels in London. Hobbs has managed to create a contemporary masterpiece epitomising simple chic. From the moment you enter the lobby, with its startling space and beautifully arranged...

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The Metropolitan was London's first contemporary hotel. Located on Park Lane it addresses the needs of the modern traveller for a contemporary, central and affordable hotel in London. The style is timelessly elegant the staff Armani clad. Home to the Met Bar and the renowned Nobu Restaurant as well ...

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A distinguished member of design hotels TM. Meets the needs of the modern traveler. Timeless and co...

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The Metropolitan is the apotheosis of the trendy boutique hotel concept—and we don't mean ‘trendy' in a pejorative sense, but rather as a simple statement of fact. Some hotels aim to impersonate down home country charm, others old money aristocracy; the Metropolitan, and the genre it sta...

No title - user review
The Met in London is smashi...

Black Tie affair at the Met - user review
First visit to the Met on a business trip and we were all very pleased by both service and accommodations. The rooms are cozy and cool at the same time. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful with all our needs. By far the very best room service I have ever experienced. No 40 min wait to get a...

NOBU SI, METRO NON - user review
For 200 GBP a nite, I don't want to see the HVAC of the Hilton next door. Outrageous prices for everything. Staff reluctant to offer assistance unless asked. Nobu simply wonderful as was bar room service. Some nice touches in bathroom, lots of storage and heated towelbars, but way too pretentious to...

Location, location, location - user review
Right next to Hyde Park and quick walk to Palace, Nobu's fabulous sushi right in hotel. Staff was great (getting theater tickets and making great restaurant suggestions), and beds are the most comfortable this experienced traveller's had. It's bec...

I wouldn´t stay here again - user review
There's so many great boutique hotels in London, from Malmaison to the Sanderson, that there's no reason to stay at the Metropolitan. The rooms, while functionally well designed are dull and drab. The service is terrible: although we arrived at 5pm, my colleague's room wasn't ready; martinis took fi...

i lov it - user review
i lov dis place n i lov evry thin in it.....but i tink dat da spa is not dat good it has 2 b more than wat i saw i didnt like da spa n da hotel is...

Treated Like Royalty - user review
I was treated like a member of the royal family from the moment the taxi pulled up to the entrance. I honestly thought they had mistaken me for a celebrity, but I soon discovered t...

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