At the heart of Rosewood London’s design is Rosewood Hotels & Resorts’ philosophy A Sense of Place, during which the property displays its location’s history, culture and sensibilities. Inside, the lavish interiors are fitted out with Cuban mahogany and seven forms of marble, including extraordinarily rare sorts such as Swedish Green and Statuary. One of the most dramatic features of this five-star heritage resort is the Renaissance-style seven-storey grand staircase, an architectural tour de pressure in marble. It ascends from either side of the entrance on High Holborn, forming a bridge on the primary flooring and rising through all the floors under an elliptical dome.
Meet The Chef
Free WiFi, complimentary printing companies, an in room snack bar and lunch delivery from the hotel’s Italian seafood restaurant Nico Osteria are included. Also entry to the health room for Peloton time on a piece break. A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. Small, lower-priced resorts might provide only probably the most fundamental guest services and amenities.
Private Eating & Events
From the Blue Bar to the Bamford Wellness spa, The Berkeley is without delay intimate and inspiring, sophisticated and surprising. The Ivy restaurant has been a firm fixture on London’s dining and social scene since its basis in 1917. The Covent Garden restaurant and private room upstairs are the epitome of glamour – now more than ever after a triumphant redesign in 2015 by the acclaimed Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. Each restaurant has been designed to deliver the memorable experience that’s synonymous with The Ivy’s distinctive fashion, and extend the magic of our celebrated West Street venue to handpicked locations across London and the UK.