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Moments from Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park, in a Regency London landmark akin to The National Gallery, The Lanesborough offers 93 beautiful rooms and suites in the heart of the capital.

Following a comprehensive and meticulous refurbishment overseen by designer Alberto Pinto, the world renowned interior design studio, The Lanesborough reopened its doors in July 2015.

The Lanesborough presents bedrooms and dining rooms reinstated to their original Regency splendour, into which the latest communications technologies and entertainment systems have been seamlessly woven.

Unveiling an elegant new design, returned to the Regency Style in-keeping with the rest of the hotel, Guests at The Lanesborough can experience fine dining in Céleste, with Eric Frechon, Paris most esteemed three Michelin star chef bringing his protégé Florian Favario as executive Chef.

The Garden Room has resumed its position as the capital's most glamourous cigar lounge and The Library Bar as one of London's most exclusive bars. Seven carefully and individually designed private rooms will offer some of the most refined event spaces.

The only hotel guests in London to enjoy 24-hour butler service, they can also be assured the quietest night’s sleep, while remaining just a short walk from Harrods, Harvey Nichols and London’s most exclusive shopping district.

Guests receive complimentary access to the hotel's Club & Spa, which was uveiled in April 2017 and has been crowned World's Best New Hotel Spa at The World Spa Awards.



• Harrods: 1.0km/ 0.6 miles
• Buckingham Palace: 1.0km/ 0.6 miles 
• Victoria and Albert Museum: 2.0km/ 1.2 miles
• British Museum: 3.0km/ 1.9 miles
• National Gallery: 3.0km/ 1.9 miles
• London Eye: 4.0km/ 2.5 miles
• Madame Tussauds Wax Museum: 4.0km/ 2.5 miles
• Tate Modern: 6.0km/ 3.7 miles
• Tower of London: 6.0km/ 3.7 miles
• Windsor Castle: 38.0km/ 23.6 miles

Hyde Park, just across Knightsbridge from The Lanesborough, is London’s favourite park, home to Speakers’ Corner and the Serpentine Gallery and lake. It is the largest of the Royal Parks of London, which form a chain from the entrance of Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, via Hyde Park Corner and Green Park, past the main entrance to Buckingham Palace and then on through St James's Park to Horse Guards Parade in Whitehall.

Named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, the V&A in South Kensington is the world’s greatest museum of art and design. Founded in 1852, it has since grown to host 145 galleries. It is now the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects. Its collection spans 5,000 years of art and craft from every 

The British Museum, still housed in its original 18th century home in Bloomsbury, is dedicated to human history and culture. Its permanent collections are among the largest and most comprehensive in the world, comprising 8 million objects and artworks from every culture and continent, including the Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures and the Portland Vase. The centre of the museum was transformed in 2001 into the spectacular, glass-covered Great Court, with the world-famous Reading Room at its centre.

A royal palace and home of the Crown Jewels, the Tower of London was also the city’s main fortress and a notorious prison for most of its 1000-year history. On display are the priceless Crown Jewels, including treasures still regularly used by The Queen and some of the world’s most extraordinary diamonds. Visitors can also learn about the Royal Menagerie of Beasts, the history of the Royal Mint and the Tower’s gruesome instruments of torture. Guided tours of the Tower by Yeoman Warders are available every 30 minutes.

Positioned on the banks of the Thames, just across the river from the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe with a total height of 135m (443 ft). Visitors enjoy spectacular 360° views of central London from glass capsules during rotations that last 30 minutes. Special wine-tasting, champagne-tasting and chocolate-tasting experiences are offered throughout the year, and private capsule packages are available for parties of up to 25 people.

Housed in the former Bankside Power Station near the Southbank Arts Centre, Tate Modern is the UK’s national gallery of international modern and contemporary art and the most-visited modern art gallery in the world. As well as the works by pioneers such as Picasso, Monet, Matisse, Pollock, Rothko and Lichtenstein in its permanent and temporary galleries, the cavernous Turbine Hall, five storeys tall, displays specially-commissioned works from contemporary artists for six months between October and April.

The Royal Albert Hall is one of the UK's most treasured live performance venues and one of its most distinctive buildings, recognisable the world over. Since its opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the world's leading artists from every kind of performance genre have appeared on its stage. Each year, it hosts more than 350 events including classical, rock and pop concerts, ballet and opera, awards ceremonies, sports events and charity performances, as well as the eight-week BBC Proms season of classical concerts.

Opened in Regent’s Park in 1828, ZSL London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo and houses a collection of 755 species of animals, with nearly 20,000 individual creatures, making it one of the largest collections in the United Kingdom. Visitors can enjoy close encounters with creatures from aardvarks to zebras in realistic interiors such as "African Bird Safari" and "Meet The Monkeys", and walkthrough experiences such as "Into Africa" and "Butterfly Paradise".


Afternoon Tea:

Whether for a special celebration, vital refreshment on a London shopping expedition or simply the pleasure of a very English ritual performed with unparalleled attention to detail, afternoon tea at The Lanesborough is an occasion to be treasured.

Multiple winner of the UK Tea Council’s Award of Excellence, and served daily in the majestic, naturally-lit surroundings of the hotel’s Venetian dining room, Céleste, afternoon tea presents freshly-baked scones, thick, velvety clotted cream and home-made fruit preserves, served with all the beloved trimmings.

As the piano plays in the background, the Céleste team will be delighted to guide guests through the Afternoon Tea menu and introduce the expertly selected range of teas.

Gluten-free and Vegetarian Afternoon Tea are also available upon request and must be reserved in advance. 

The Library Bar:

Lined with bookcases and handsome leather-bound volumes, decorated with beautiful wood marquetry wallpaper and furnished with sofas and wing-chairs, The Library Bar retains its intimate, club-like atmosphere. In the distinguished surroundings there is the opportunity for enlightenment, as guests acquaint themselves with the bar’s  “Lanesborough Paradis”, a timeline of vintage Cognacs that dates back to the 1770s, displayed in glass cabinets.  Alternatively, they may simply choose to enjoy the sound of the piano, the roaring fire and the company of friends.

The Garden Room:

Guests are invited to make their choice from the sizable collection of Cuban and pre-Castro cigars in The Garden Room’s celebrated walk-in humidor, and take a seat in exclusive surroundings, perhaps with a Cognac from the bar’s extensive selection, which includes bottles from as far back as 1770. For the intimate atmosphere at The Garden Room, dress code is smart casual.

The Withdrawing Room:

Lightened by a grey, gold and green colour scheme, hand-painted trompe l’oeil marbling and a quartet of Wilkinson chandeliers, The Withdrawing Room offers an inviting retreat for an informal meeting or simply a relaxing drink with friends. Sumptuously upholstered, high-sided armchairs and sofas and a beautiful central fireplace make The Withdrawing Room a difficult place to withdraw from.



Families are especially welcome at The Lanesborough. Children can be hard to please when they’re away from home, but, from a welcome gift on arrival to movies, games, daily treats and luxury picnics, there are lots of reasons why young ones always leave The Lanesborough wanting more.

• Welcome gift on arrival
• Daily treats
• Child-size bathrobes and slippers
• Complimentary children’s movies
• Children’s books and games
• Children’s food and beverage menus
• Cots and highchairs
• Babysitting/childminding services (Please give 24 hours notice)
• Concierge to arrange entertainment
• Tickets for attractions, museums and shows
• Luxury picnics made to order



At Céleste, the setting is sensational: a richly decorated dining room naturally illuminated during daylight hours by a domed glass roof and in the evening by spectacular hanging chandeliers. Bas-relief friezes and fluted columns underline the classical grandeur.

It is a scene that transforms constantly throughout the day. As the light changes, so do the guests; from breakfast time to lunch to afternoon tea and dinner, it’s a beautiful and fascinating spectacle. The cuisine is no less captivating. Chef Patron at The Lanesborough, Eric Frechon – Paris’ most esteemed three Michelin-starred chef – has brought his protégé, Florian Favario to London to lead the hotel into a new culinary era.

As executive chef, Florian brings five years’ experience as Eric’s chef at Le Bristol in Paris, and international influences inspired by his travels to add to his generous, rigorous gourmet cuisine. At Céleste, he brings creativity to the table using the finest British ingredients.



With three deluxe treatment rooms, a handpicked selection of the most coveted and advanced treatments from brands such as La Prairie, and therapies delivered by a team of experienced spa professionals, the Spa Studio is an oasis of balance, wellbeing and tranquillity. Visit The Lanesborough Club & Spa's website here


Fitness Studio, which is available only for The Lanesborough in-house residents, is open 24 hours a day and features an extensive range of highly advanced cardiovascular and resistance equipment from Techno-gym including treadmills, stationary bicycle, elliptical cross trainer, free weights, Kinesis and steam room.


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