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Have you ever wondered what happens when royalty, film stars and wealthy individuals visit London? Where do they sleep? Which hotels do they stay in?
Watch these videos and take a sneaky peek into five of London’s best hotel suites to see what life is like for the rich and famous.
The Royal Penthouse, Corinthia Hotel London
Regarded as one of the best luxury suites in London, the Royal Penthouse at Corinthia Hotel London is as good as it gets. The two-floor, 465 sq. m (5,000 sq. ft) space is filled with indulgent opulence: an oval 10-seat dining room, a private spa suite, a butler’s kitchen, a walk-in wine cellar, and private roof terrace overlooking the EDF Energy London Eye. The suite is £15,000-£18,000 per night (plus VAT) which includes private butler service.
The Cinema Suite, Taj 51 Buckingham Gate, Suites & Residences
All of the rooms within the luxury Cinema Suite at Taj 51 Buckingham Gate, Suites & Residences reference Hollywood and Bollywood in some way. The suite is just minutes from Buckingham Palace and it overlooks one of London’s most outstanding alfresco spaces; a real hidden gem during the summer. The suite is 170 sq. m (1,832 sq. ft) with an 85 inch, high definition 3D screen as its focal point. The suite is £5,100 (plus VAT) per night, including full butler service.
The Royal Suite, The Savoy
The Edwardian interior of The Royal Suite takes up the entire fifth floor (325 sq. m or 3,498 sq. ft) of The Savoy hotel. There are eight windows allowing views along the Thames from Canary Wharf to the Houses of Parliament. A Savoy butler is on call 24 hours a day and the suite is yours for £12,000 per night (inclusive of VAT) which includes free transfers to any London airport or train station.
The Royal Suite, Claridge’s
Claridge’s in Mayfair is the perfect hotel for the person who wants it all. There are fantastic shopping opportunities along New Bond Street, Royal Parks beauty in nearby Hyde Park and Green Park, and Michelin star restaurants galore in the surrounding Mayfair district. You may just decide to stay in the hotel and enjoy The Royal Suite’s grand piano, original Edwardian furniture, wood and marble fireplace, and 12-person private dining room. This 223 sq. m (2,400 sq. ft) suite is £4,500 – £6,500 (plus VAT) per night. A complimentary Mercedes S-Class airport transfer from London Heathrow Airport is included in the price.
The Infinity Suite, The Langham
A stay at The Langham hotel will appeal to shopaholics, due to its proximity to Oxford Street and Mayfair. The 236 sq. m (2540 sq. ft) Infinity Suite boasts a lovely bay window overlooking All Souls Church, a king-sized four-poster bed, a 72″ TV with Bose sound system, and a bottle of champagne. This suite is £15,600 per night (inclusive of VAT) and includes butler service.