September 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel in London, England
Set against the serene backdrop of a leafy square in the elite neighborhood of Belgravia, Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel is one of London's most fashionable retreats. Within walking distance of Knightsbridge, this chic, contemporary boutique hotel boasts a collection of superbly appointed bedrooms and suites, overlooking leafy Lowndes Square. Along with on-site Lowndes Bar & Kitchen, whose sumptuous modern British menu invites al fresco dining on the patio, you will enjoy access to sister hotel's Peak Health Club & Spa, with its famed stainless steel swimming pool beneath a breathtaking glass canopy.
No matter what your mood, London has an attraction to match it. To immerse yourself in tradition, visit Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the Victoria & Albert Museum, St. Paul's Cathedral or Westminster Abbey. If you are craving the avant-garde, head for Saatchi Gallery, the Tate Modern, the London Eye or the bohemian delights of Soho. You can also enjoy exceptional shopping, as you stroll to such nearby bastions of good taste as Harrods and Harvey Nichols department stores.
Location of Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel
Nearest Airport: LHR
Amenities for Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel
- General Information
- 87 Guest Rooms
- Private Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- High-Speed Internet Access
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- In-Room Safes
- iPod Docks
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Services
- Children's Amenities
- Baby Bath Amenities
- Rollaway Beds
- Historic Sites
- Public Transportation
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel
Bathroom was tiny, bedroom TV didn't work, freebies cheap and minimal, not plush and extravagant in any way, breakfast was absolutely terrible, more 2 star - I was quite ill afterwards, lots of international families wandering around in shorts, scruffy t-shirts and flip flops (just an observation by the way). On the good side, an excellent location for snob shops, and filthy rich houses, and the bed was comfy! Sorry but I wont be going back. I like my 5 star to be just that!
shirleyp64 - Newport
I have stayed at this hotel on multiple occasions over the years but never got around to writing a review. I remembered to write a review now of my overall experience as I recently went there for tea. My stay with this hotel has been for business and when on holiday to London. It's a great boutique hotel in comparison to it's sister hotel around the corner the Carlton Tower. That is what I love about it, it's size. Yet Jumeirah does not compromise on quality. Check in: You are greeted at the door by Laurentiu which is always a pleasure to see him every time I come to the hotel and he helps you with your luggage and pretty much anything you need during your stay short of magic! The front desk staff are very courteous and quick to check you in. They informed me that someone I am meeting with is waiting for me in the cafe and that they will have my luggage taken to my room. When I arrived to my room everything was prepared and as I expected. The concierge tea. is one of the most helpful and effective I've seen. They helped book me into sushi samba, which is very difficult to book on short notice! And they also inform you that they are willing to help with directions and other bookings as well , or even sending a letter and getting it stamped! Room: Like many London hotels, the rooms are small. However Jumeirah knows how to make a small room luxurious, neat, cosy and comfortable! There is a Nespreso machine in every room, complimentary water, enough space for luggage and your cloths in the cupboard. And enough space to order room service and sit comfortably. They have designed their rooms in a smart way to make you feel comfortable, and in comparison to other London hotels you actually feel that your room is big. Cafe: Breakfast is cooked to order and there is a good selection. There is a terrace at the back for afternoon tea and a front terrace as well. On a nice day or evening it makes for a great place to sit, have a tea and watch people and cars go by the quiet back streets of Knightsbridge. Overall: Great hotel and amazing staff! Exactly what you would expect from Jumeirah. Even if I am not staying with them at times, I still go to have tea or a bite to eat. Only downside is that it's a bit expensive during peak season, but then again if you want comfort, helpful staff, guaranteed peace of mind and a memorable stay, then it is worth the price.
Abdulaziz R - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The location is perfect if you love shopping and it's very closed to Knightsbridge station too. So, you can access the underground easily. Also, it's only 5 minutes away from Hyde Park that I can enjoy morning run everyday. The room is quiet and clean but very small for the price that I paid. The hotel is sharing the facilities with Jumeirah Carlton Tower where across the street which is not convenient.
JonWilsonAdventurer - San Francisco, California
This hotel staff is absolutely fantastic from the time you walk in till your departure. We arrived early and the room was ready. The room although not large is very comfortable and the wall to wall windows really helped in given you a feeling that the room was larger. In addition the king size bed was comfortable. The neighborhood is first class with lots of restaurants, shops and Harrods is a five minutes walk. As well as metro station which is close. You cannot go wrong in this location. Regarding the not so great items of this hotel are the lack of a spacious lobby area and also the breakfast is totally over priced and not so great. Over all I would recommend this hotel to visitors who want to be in a very attractive part of London
JSantanaCoralGables - Coral Gables
A lovely hotel I would recommend. The room was ready early, the staff charming and helpful. The room very well appointed and clean. We had pre-booked a full english breakfast which was very good and kept us going all day. There is a very nice terrace bar and for London the prices were reasonable eg ¬£ 8 for a large prosecco and ¬£5 for a pint of beer- service not included, in a pretty setting- you can also get grill food and tapas type food here.
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