Regarded as one of London’s leading hotels, the iconic Royal Lancaster London has offered the utmost in hospitality for over 50 years. An £85 million renovation of all public spaces and bedrooms was carried out in 2017.
A coveted location on Hyde Park means a short stroll west takes you to Notting Hill and Holland Park, or east to Marble Arch and the vibrancy of Oxford Street, or amble south to Kensington and Knightsbrige. Lancaster Gate tube station is next door, so the rest of London is within easy reach.
UK guests looking for a luxury staycation in the city, or overseas guests looking for the perfect London base – and only 20 minutes to Heathrow Airport from nearby Paddington Station. Business travellers will also appreciate the facilities on offer.
Built in the swinging 60s, Royal Lancaster is a mid-century architectural icon. Marble flooring throughout and soft caramel hues create a sense of calm, whilst modern light installations, brushed gold features, timeless furnishings and clean, minimalistic designs create and enticing environment to meet with friends, colleagues or simply somewhere to escape to, relax and unwind.
Rooms & Suites
The hotel features 411 rooms and suites, all combining timeless classic style, sumptuous comfort and spectacular views of Hyde Park and the London skyline. All rooms feature a king sized bed, comfy sofa, smart TV, marble bathrooms with rain showers and White Company amenities, whilst suites also include separate lounge areas and in The Royal Suite a separate dining area and deep set marble bath.
Food & Drink
Whilst the acclaimed Nipa Thai restaurant, Island Grill, Park Restaurant and Hyde Cafe remain temporarily closed following the COVID-19 pandemic, the culinary team have created a bespoke room service menu, comprising breakfast, lunch, light bites, afternoon tea and dinner dishes.
Unlike many hotels in London, Royal Lancaster London offers free on-site parking for hotel guests, making it the ideal location for staycationers looking for a city break and wish to avoid public transport.
The hotel’s enviable location means some of London’s most loved attractions are just a stone’s throw away from this city staycation spot, ideal for a cultural afternoon exploring Kensington, or shopping in Oxford Street and Knightsbridge, or exploring vibrant Notting Hill.