lobby, library, bar/brasserie, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, access to nearby health club/spa, unsuitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed.
allowed at extra cost.
all major cards.
per room B&B from £290 including VAT and breakfast.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Between Harrods and Hyde Park, this well-established small hotel is ideally located for visitors seeking culture, commerce and the calm of one of the city’s largest green spaces. With its fine-heeled sister hotel, the Capital (see entry), it was until 2017 in the hands of founder David Levin; now under new ownership, it continues to be managed by his daughter, Kate. Help yourself from the fruit bowl in the lobby; peer at the spectacular light installation cascading through the stairwell. Upstairs, uncluttered modern bedrooms, each with a marble bathroom, are individually furnished. Bathrobes and slippers are supplied, as are a capsule coffee machine, fine teas and a champagne minibar. An iPad may be provided on request. Superior rooms have an alcove seating area; street-facing junior suites have a sofa bed to accommodate a child. Light bites and informal meals are served all day in the basement café; fancier food is just next door, at Nathan Outlaw’s Michelin-starred restaurant. Sweet and savoury options at breakfast include French toast and bagel sandwiches; croissants and pastries from a sibling bakery are ‘especially good’.
Seasonal/Weekend Special Offer
The Levin has created a two day “London All Around” package that will take you around London by bus and boat. This package is priced from £459 (inc VAT) and includes a two night stay in an Executive Double Room, Continental Breakfast for two on both mornings, and two tickets for the Original London Sightseeing Tour Bus and City Cruises. This offer is subject to availability.
Please mention The Good Hotel Guide when booking.