Roseate House London features 48 luxurious rooms and suites spread across three mid-19th century, Grade-II townhouses. Built in 1842, Roseate House London has been resorted to the original allure and charm of its Victorian architecture.
Inside, each room possesses classic Victorian furniture and original oil paintings from the era. The Hyde Restaurant & Bar serves breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner located just inside the entrance of the hotel.
A short walk from Hyde Park and tucked away on leafy Westbourne Terrace lies Roseate House London.
Just five-minute’s walk to Paddington station and Lancaster Gate Underground Station, Roseate House London is perfectly located for easy access into the heart of the city.
The Serpentine in Hyde Park is just 10-minute’s walk away whilst London’s most sought-after department stores, restaurants and bars in Marble Arch, Piccadilly and Soho can be reached in under half-an-hour.
Couples and families looking for a city break as well as business and solo travellers
The class and elegant decor is in keeping with the history of the building and features antique furniture including four-poster beds, marble bathrooms, oil paintings and antique maps.
Rooms and Suites
Roseate House London has 48 exclusively designed rooms and suites, each consisting of hand-crafted Bellestrata beds, antique furniture, period features, equipped with high-speed wi-fi, broadband, Penhaligon’s amenities, minibar, room service and concierge service.
Food and Drink
Roseate House London’s restaurant The Hyde is overseen by Executive Chef Maharjan and serves an innovative menu featuring thrilling flavours. The Hyde is open to in-house and external guests.
Roseate House London serves a scrumptious afternoon daily. Guests can choose between a Traditional Afternoon Tea, Lassi Afternoon Tea, Champagne Afternoon Tea and a Full English Afternoon Tea.
Overlooking the leafy Westbourne Terrace and with lovely architectural features including high ceilings, chandeliers and a fireplace, The Hyde can be booked for exclusive use, accommodating up to 40 guests and is perfect for an event or to mark a special occasion with family or friends. If it’s a late one, guests can retire to one of Roseate House London’s luxury rooms and suites.
River Cruises, Big Ben / Parliament, Westminster, Changing of the guards, London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, Connaught Village, Pollock’s Toy Museum.
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens together are one of the largest green spaces in central London. The Serpentine, Serpentine Gallery, Marble Arch, Kensington Palace, Speaker’s Corner and Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Walk are all a short walk away from Roseate House London.
Roseate House is ideally situated for guests looking to buy everything from high-street fashion to haute couture on nearby Bond Street and Oxford Circus. The hotel is also close to the famous Portobello Market and exclusive boutiques on Westbourne Grove.
Madame Tussauds, a short drive away from Roseate House London. Lord’s Cricket Grounds and the Marylebone Cricket Museum are easily accessible from Roseate House London.
£200 per night
Paddington Station is just a 5 minute walk and provides direct links out of London and to Heathrow Airport (Heathrow Express) in just 15-minutes.
The hotel also has on-site parking available.
Address: Westbourne Terrace, Lancaster Gate, Tyburnia, London W2 3UL