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InterContinental London Park Lane

Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London, W1J 7QY, UK
InterContinental London Park Lane Review
 
5 Star Rating
10 May 2018InterContinental London Park LaneTags: London, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £360 per night
 

The InterContinental Hotel Park Lane is a fine hotel, you can’t drive down Park Lane without noticing its impressive façade, and its location is second to none. Being in walking distance of the restaurants and shops of Mayfair and Knightsbridge, this hotel makes for the perfect base for those looking to explore the finer things that London has to offer.

When we arrived we were greeted warmly and checked in efficiently. During this visit, we experienced a one bedroom suite, which was classic in design and consisted of large, open plan living area complete with a corner sofa and arm chair along with a small desk for those looking to catch up on some work. The bedroom is located just off the living area, in which you will find a king size bed which was most comfortable. In terms of amenities, the room offered a large flat screen television which you could re-position depending on whether you were watching from the bedroom or the living area, as well as a mini-bar and a coffee machine. The bathroom wasn’t overly spacious and included a combined bath and shower along with a single wash basin and toilet. The suite also offered a double wardrobe and safe to secure your possessions.

The hotel itself offers plenty in the way of facilities. First and foremost, it’s important to note that the hotel offers its own car park to hotel residents, which is rare for such city centre hotels, they also offer valet parking which we found to be most welcomed. You’ll also find a spa at the hotel which offers a range of different treatments, as well as a fitness suite that offers all the latest equipment.

“This hotel makes for the perfect base for those looking to explore the finer things that London has to offer.”

Although you will be spoilt for restaurant and bar choices in the locality of this hotel, the hotel offers some strong contenders. These include the Wellington Lounge, where you can experience their afternoon tea or high coffee offering; the Arch Bar, where you can enjoy views of the Wellington Arch over a drink; Ella Canta, the hotel’s Mexican offering, and Theo Randall at the InterContinental which is both a bar and a restaurant serving up fine Italian dishes.

Depending on your room type or if you decide to pay for the privilege, you can also gain access to the Club InterContinental on the seventh floor. The Club offers stunning views through its floor-to-ceiling windows making it an ideal place to relax with complimentary afternoon tea in the afternoon, or drinks and canapés in the evening.

We were thoroughly impressed with our stay at the InterContinental Park Lane, and would certainly return again. It boasts such a convenient location. We would recommend a long walk in Hyde Park should you get the chance, and you must certainly make time for some shopping in the area. We can also recommended looking around for restaurants and bars to visit during your stay, as there is a wealth of options; although you might find it hard to drag yourself away. Whatever you’re looking to get out of the city, you can be sure that you’ll have a great stay at the InterContinental Park Lane. We certainly did.

 
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