Strand. London. WC2R.
The Savoy was originally open in 1889 and is one of the most iconic London hotels. It has hosted hoyalty and legends of the stage and screen. Located on the River Thames, it has a great view of the most famous London Tourist Points. With 268 guestrooms and suites, has a big culinary tradition.
Hyde Park Corner. London. SW1X 7TA.
You will be charmed by the grace of this hotel. The Lanesborough is located right by Hyde Park, with an entrance on Knightsbridge and within walking distance of Harrods and Park Lane. The Lanesborough’s conservatory restaurant has won he UK Tea Guild’s Top London Afternoon Tea Award two times. Let’s try it?
St. James’s Place. London. SW1A 1NY.
To end this post, Sophia chose a boutique hotel. The Dukes Hotel is located, in the discreet heart of St James’s. It has been awarded with the “Europe’s Leading Boutique Hotel” and the “World’s Leading Classic Boutique Hotel”. I’m sure it offers the guests a timeless experience.
And all the luxury bedrooms and suites, including the terraced Penthouse have superb views over Green Park.