Steps from Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park, in a Regency London landmark akin to The National Gallery, The Lanesborough reopens July 1st following a comprehensive and meticulous refurbishment overseen by designer Alberto Pinto. The Lanesborough joins other Oetker Collection masterpice hotels such as Le Bristol Paris, Hotel du Cap Eden Roc, Brenners Park Baden Baden, L’Apogee Courchevel or Palais Namaskar Marrakech.
The Lanesborough presents bedrooms and dining rooms restored to their original Georgian splendour, into which the latest communications technologies and entertainment systems have been seamlessly woven.
The hotel has trimmed down on the number of rooms (93 rooms and suites) ensuring the largest possible space for all accommodation categories and in keeping with the architecture of the historical building.
Some of the highlights of The Lanesborough, as it reopens under the management of the Oetker Collection, include:
– fine dining by Eric Frechon (Paris’ three Michelin starred chef) with his protégé Florian Favario as executive Chef, on site
– London’s only luxury hotel to offer 24-hour butler service
– British artists and master craftsmen using age-old techniques spent thousands of hours
– furniture, fabrics, mirrors, carpets, wall coverings and beds have all been sourced from the finest British suppliers
– all rooms are triple-glazed to guarantee the highest level of soundproofing
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