The Orange

Posh pub meets classy rooms-at-the-inn, at this ‘beautifully proportioned’ Georgian building in a conservation area of handsome stucco houses. More

Contact details

The Orange
37 Pimlico Road
Pimlico
London
Greater London
SW1W 8NE
England
020 7881 9844
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Hotel information

Bedrooms

4.

Open

all year.

Facilities

restaurant, 2 bars, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

in public areas.

Children

all ages welcomed (under-13s may share parents’ room).

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B £205–£240. À la carte £35.

Good Hotel Guide Review

Posh pub meets classy rooms-at-the-inn, at this ‘beautifully proportioned’ Georgian building in a conservation area of handsome stucco houses. Owned by the small Cubitt House group, it is a sister to The Grazing Goat at Marble Arch (see entry), with clear family resemblances in the stripped-down, limed-oak interiors and airy, high-ceilinged rooms. Step into the ‘friendly, informal’ ground-floor bar and ‘bustling’ restaurant – the sometimes-racing heart of the place – where coffee, drinks, pizzas and ‘well-presented’ modern dishes are served all day. ‘There’s always someone on duty to greet guests’ with ‘the warmest of welcomes’. On the upper floors, ‘beautifully crafted’ bedrooms, some compact, have a king-size bed with ‘fine’ linens, chic toiletries, a marble bathroom (‘strong shower, decent fittings’), sash windows beneath which the city traffic faintly growls. At breakfast, order a bread basket with croissants, slices of sourdough, and sultana and fennel bread (though not the sticky Chelsea bun that originated at the 18th-century Bun House on the square). ‘We enjoyed perfect scrambled eggs with delicious smoked bacon; good tea and coffee; freshly squeezed orange juice.’

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The Orange
37 Pimlico Road
Pimlico
London
Greater London
SW1W 8NE

Guest comments

'A beautifully-proportioned Georgian building. On the top floor are four well crafted bedrooms. We liked ithe style (limed oak, wood flooring, high ceilings, engaging staff, a bustling atmosphere). As hotel guests, we were made to feel we belonged. Pimlico, the largest room, had three large sash windows, a wardrobe with free-range hangers, a large bed, a small writing table. The bathroom, done in marble and limed oak, had a strong shower, its own window. Some road noise (inevitable for London) . In the busy restaurant we enjoyed main courses from the seasonal menu. Breakfast is charged extra. Perfect scrambled eggs on decent toast; good tea and coffee and freshly squeezed orange juice. ' - JT - October, 2014

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