Claridge's in London, England
From 1860 when Empress Eugenie of France made her winter headquarters here, to the recent introduction of the elegant, Thierry Despont-designed Gordon Ramsay restaurant, Claridge's has been one of London's most sought after luxury hotels. Situated in London's elite Mayfair district, this stunningly revitalized Art Deco gem serves as home away from home for those travelers with aristocratic tendencies. Bedrooms and suites showcase top British design talent, and traditional afternoon tea offers more than 30 selections from around the globe.
When you step out your beautiful front door, which is just a leisurely stroll from Hyde Park, you will marvel at all this magnificent city has to offer. You might explore contemporary works at the Tate Modern or witness the longstanding tradition of the Changing of the Guard. Whether you splurge at Harrods or take in an acclaimed performance in the West End, you will always have a haven to return to, where you can relish a fine Cuban cigar in The Macanudo Fumoir or indulge in a treatment in The Olympus Suite.
Location of Claridge's
Nearest Airport: LHR
Reviews for Claridge's
Gosh I love that place so elegant the staff make it, but have to say that the food is fabulous you can feel like a millionaire for the day and did . It's very special Had the set Ā£35 lunch which is very tasty and a great choice ā¤ļø
lorrainem134 - Cockermouth, United Kingdom
Excellent stay. The staff did everything to make our stay outstanding. We had a beautiful room with all the possible amenities. Lovely bedding and bathing products. A light early supper in The Foyer restaurant before the proms was just what was needed. Service was excellent. All in all a memorable stay. The champagne on ice on our arrival was the icing on the cake. Thank you.
Sandra L - Plymouth, England, United Kingdom
There are not enough superlatives to describe how fantastic Claridge's is. It is a beautifully stylish and impeccably run hotel with exceptional staff, out of this world food and the highest level of service imaginable.
Two of us are gluten intolerant and I had a few problems this year getting the lunch menu for Christmas Day from Fera. It was worth the wait, we were upgraded to a suite and the Christmas morning horse and carriage trip was an absolute joy, hot chocolate, marshmallows and Bailly's en route. After a wonderful breakfast I was glad that Santa had booked us a late lunch. Singing children's stories and the general atmosphere made for an excellent stay. Santa sent the gifts in early on Christmas Eve morning and Concierge took care of everything. I also needed a Doctor in the early hours (nothing to do with the food) and I had a visiting doctor within the hour. Sincerely hope Santa books for us again this year.
llbcjmsll - London, United Kingdom
Beware that Fera is a taster menu restaurant and that the bar is expensive which is fine for cocktails but not so good when the drink comes straight out of a bottle. The staff were very good and attentive and I was fortunate to have had an upgrade for which I was very grateful and we thoroughly enjoyed our stayl
Neil A - Reading, United Kingdom