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Hotel du Vin, Wimbledon

Cannizaro House, West Side Common, London SW19 4UE, UK
Hotel du Vin, Wimbledon Review
4 Star Rating
25 February 2019Hotel du Vin, Wimbledon
Tags: Wimbledon, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £325 per night

On the edge of Wimbledon Common and not too far from those famous tennis courts, this luxurious hotel was the perfect weekend getaway. We absolutely adore London and found Hotel du Vin Wimbledon, the perfect way to spend a relaxing weekend.

Being nearby to Wimbledon tube station, this was the perfect hotel for us as it gave us the accessibility and freedom to travel wherever we desired.

The accommodation was gorgeous, and every little detail had been considered to ensure pure comfort. The hotel was a space in which to unwind, and have a good night’s sleep. We found our stay to be extremely comfortable and we were impressed with everything, from the service to the interiors and everything in between.

When we arrived at the hotel, we were greeted warmly, and soon shown to our suite - the whole atmosphere was both friendly and professional.

We would recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to explore or stay in Wimbledon.

During our stay, we experienced their Lombard Suite, the room was clean, boasting a number of complimentary amenities. The space itself is nothing short of luxurious making it a comfortable place to stay. Boasting a king-size bed, a separate sitting area, along with a freestanding bathtub that overlooked gorgeous garden views. The hotel provided everything you would need, creating a space you can sit back and relax.

In terms of wining and dining at the hotel, they have an inimitable attitude towards food and beverage. The bistro offers a contemporary space, offering a simple yet sophisticated menu; here you will find enticing menus with an Italian influence.

If you are looking for a pre-dinner (or anytime) drink, the Orangery at Cannizaro House will be the perfect spot. Serving freshly brewed coffee, and a vast selection of teas, this bar then transforms into a serving of cocktails, and extensive alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. With a space that brings the outdoors inside through their French-styled windows, you are able to expect a fine selection of drinks and a vibrant atmosphere.

We loved our experience at Hotel du Vin Wimbledon, from the location, service and facilities which ensured complete comfort. We would recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to explore or stay in Wimbledon.

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