June 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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
We stayed here for a night as we had tickets for the ballet. The location is amazing to mill around. Right around the corner from Harrods. Nice quiet street and a couple of doors down there is a Christian Louboutin boutique! Adorable! Our room was lovely, quite small but big bed! Lovely decor and bathroom was very nice. What you would expect from a modern 5*. We had wine and some food before we left in the bar downstairs. We sat outside (which has heaters) the food was very nice. front of house staff were friendly enough. Not always someone at the door like in the bigger 5* and we took our own luggage up as needed it quickly. Would go back again just for the location.
bamboomajorj - Hove, East Sussex
Short notice booking, great location, friendly staff, very comfortable and well equipped room. Stayed on the premises for <10 hours so didn't explore beyond the sleeping accommodation. All good, only missing an iron/board in the room rather than engaging housekeeping, but they were prompt in resolving that need.
Irisrover - Nottingham, United Kingdom
We stayed a few nights at the Jumeriah Lowndes Hotel in April. One thing to get over is the really dated facade. It is not in great condition and being out on our balcony it was really evident the building needed some TLC. The location was outstanding but the hotel was not as luxurious as we were hoping for. We had heard good things about the Lowndes Hotel and it did not match our expectations but we have no regrets about booking it. We had a great time in London and you can not beat the location. The hotel room was comfortable and the staff were very nice. The rooms were quite small but that is to be expected in London. We booked an executive room which was larger than the regular rooms but clearly not as large as a suite and I almost wished we had booked a suite just to have the extra room. In all fairness we were out and about mostly so I got over my 'room size issue' pretty fast. We literally just slept there so everything worked out just fine. The bedding was super comfortable and the room was well appointed. We had a nice balcony which we used to enjoy coffee in the morning and a glass of wine in the evening (thanks to the very convenient Waitrose around the corner for supplies and a bottle of wine). We did not dine at the hotel but we enjoyed drinks one evening and had coffee one afternoon in the lounge area. There are many restaurants in the area and you are close to the Knightsbridge shopping and Hyde Park. You can not beat this location for accessibility to the theater district. We would stay here again for the location alone. Behind the hotel is the famous clothing store of Stewart Parvin who is the couturier to H.M. The Queen. Definitely worth stopping into his boutique to browse the amazing clothing.
barringtonsf - San Francisco, California
This hotel was booked as a treat for a special weekend. Whilst not cheap at Ā£200 a night, it was lovely. Check in was smooth, hot hand towels on arrival and all our needs were taken care of by beautifully mannered staff. Immaculate, modern room with all the usual. We were lucky to have a view of the square. It wasn't the most spacious but it was fine for us. The location is off Sloane Square so if you want to spend some serious money (we didn't) in security guarded shops you can. We walked everywhere from here. It took about forty five minutes to get to Buckingham Palace. The hotel is surrounded by pretty mews style streets with unusual independent shops. Plenty of good traditional pubs in the area that unless you type a search into trip adviser, you will struggle to find. We had a busy two days planned so we knew we wouldn't use the spa and gym available to us at the sister hotel which was a few minutes away. Whilst the menus and restaurant area looked good our plans for the weekend meant we are elsewhere. Would love to return and I'd definitely spend a few hours at the spa.
Supertrooper84 - Newport -Trefdraeth, United Kingdom
Don't be put off by the lobby - the rooms are beautifully updated and surprisingly spacious for London! The staff is helpful and courteous. Quick access to the tube and a nice area to walk around. Overall a very enjoyable stay and not bad value for the price - especially in this area of London.
SFD_23 - New York City, New York