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Rosewood London

252 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EN, UK
Rosewood London Review
5 Star Rating
15 November 2013Rosewood London
Tags: London, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £950 per night

The Rosewood Hotel can be found in the heart of London near to Covent Garden. Formerly the Chancery Court Hotel, the building has since undergone an impressive £85million refurbishment and is now something to truly behold.

This incredible hotel was simply stunning from the moment we arrived; everything was just faultless and overly impressive. The hotel begins to impress straight from the street, with its grand façade being quite the sight. The courtyard boasts fashion forward doormen, dressed to impress, who greet you as an old friend and take your luggage inside.

“Be sure it’s next on your list of London hotels.”

Once inside, we were checked in swiftly and shown to our suite, a Premier Suite, which was simply breathtaking. Even the corridors leading to the suite were remarkable, and the attention to detail is second to none. The little touches really make this hotel; some signage, for instance, can be found on books on a bookstand.

Our Premier Suite was stunning in design. These suites are set to impress, setting out to embody British manor house heritage with contemporary sophistication; and they certainly succeed. Our Premier Suite boasted the most comfortable king sized bed complete with fine Italian bed linen and an impressive pillow selection. The separate living room features a 53-inch LED television and a very stylish décor. The bathroom, however, was the real feature point for me; it was simply beautiful and boasted a range of luxury Czech & Speake toiletries.

There’s a wealth of culture on the doorstep of this hotel, and it is well worth make the most of such a luxury base. Just a short walk away you’ll find the Charles Dickens Museum, not to mention the Tower of London, the London Eye an not forgetting The Mousetrap.

There are also plenty of dining options available at the Rosewood. Scarfes Bar provides a cool environment to have a drink and perhaps a snack, the Mirror Room serves a very good contemporary menu, The Lobby is a great place for a spot of tea and the Holborn Dining Room serves up excellent traditional British dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. Don’t forget to visit the Holbron Delicatessen however, if you’re after a bite to eat on the go. Fuel your sight seeing with some delicious takeaway charcuterie or baked goods.

Our experience of the Rosewood Hotel was simply excellent and we could not recommend it highly enough as a truly luxury bolthole in the heart of the city. Be sure it’s next on your list of London hotels.

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