A Gallic oasis off busy Covent Garden Piazza created by four Parisians (Experimental Group), this small hotel occupies a couple of red brick Victorian town houses with a literary past as the former offices of Victor Gollancz.
A long-time favourite of its royal neighbours, this Belgravia grand dame is 'charmingly old school', with red-liveried footmen, Michelin-starred restaurant, and one of the largest private gardens in London.
‘I have stayed at this lovely hotel for many years, and it still pleases in every respect,’ writes a reader in 2019, of this cherished London institution, contrived from four knocked-through Georgian town houses.
Mark Sainsbury and Michael Benyan's second Zetter town house hotel is every bit as eccentric as the first, the design conceit here being that it was once the home of ‘wicked Uncle Seymour’ (the inspiration for Seymour being Edward Lear, former incumbent and real-life eccentric).
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