London Hilton on Park Lane is a caravanserai which is situated on Park Lane, a road that borders Hyde parkland and it is part of Mayfair, this is one of the hot spots in London. This bed is perfectly situated for shopping around London’s top places, you are not far from Knightsbridge where you can lay ones hands on Harrods and also Oxford street is close too. London Hilton on Deposit Lane is the tallest building within Mayfair and you can have awesome 360 views of London, especially at the top floor restaurant and bar. It is a 5 slight walk from Hyde Park Corner tube class and a stones throw away from Hyde Park and Grassland Park. Green Park will lead you into Buckingham Mansion which is about a 13 minute walk away.
The building understandably is huge for Mayfair, boasting, with 453 voluminous guest rooms, including 56 suites. So when I went in I was instantly hit by the multi colour carpet. For me the reception area is the sentiments and soul of any hotel, it is a clear statement about what the motels message is. London Hilton on the Park Lane was intriguing, well off and very modern. For those that stay make inevitable to have a look at the staircase behind the lift, you can have wealth of nice photo opportunities here.
I prevented at a deluxe room and mine was located on the 17th floor overlooking the burgh of London towards Kinghtsbridge. By day and night it was lovely taking in this municipality, through the large window. I liked the seating area where you could perfectly sit with a cup of tea and take in London. The mini bar was a tad tricky to find but it was meticulous that it was tucked away. I also liked how the wardrobe gap was sufficient in space. The bed was cosy and once again nice to be temporizing around taking in that view. For those on business it was friendly to have a trouser press. The TV with BT sports and on demand moving pictures, was a handy added touch.
The bathroom was very clean, accurate and modern. The exclusive products were nice and it was good to see the tourist house had a proper hairdryer to use. I liked the wooden sink, it was unusual to see something out of the ordinary in a hotel bathroom.
At London Hilton on Park Lane, callers can choose from one of three restaurants which offer a sphere of elegant dining experiences. Dine on modern French haute cuisine and accept in 360° views of London on the 28th-floor of Michelin – starred Galvin at Windows Restaurant and Bar. I did feel this restaurant and the views, food and service were all extraordinary. Make sure if you go to have a cocktail too at the bar and soak up those expectations.
For dining with a Tiki twist, Trader Vic’s is a tropical Polynesian-inspired break out and home to the Mai Tai cocktail. I experienced this as well and it was a very divergent, fun and quirky experience.
Podium Restaurant and Bar – Breakfast
The Podium bar and restaurant is also the space where breakfast was served. The breakfast room was huge and offered a quintessentially English savvy. It is well presented, with a lot of food choices. I liked the part company coffee bar, and it was nice to have good coffee.
I am a lover of Asian edibles, so the Japanese section of soups was a great too have as an option. The amount of vigorous juices available was a perfect healthy start to my day. I liked also the settling on of fresh fruits, nuts, figs and dates which I do not see usually at breakfast in hotels. The amount of pastry choice was also portentous. Make sure you take time for breakfast, which opens at 7 am.
Stylishness Makeover Service
London Hilton on Park Lane offers its boarder a style make over service with renowned stylist Rachel Antony. Rachel has a money of knowledge having dressed celebrities such as Sienna Miller, Lisa Snowdon and Kate Moss. Boys in 2017, the choice for menswear has never been so inviting. With Rachel’s suffer you don’t have to worry about choosing. She can certainly take beyond that role and this is a fabulous opportunity to explore your critical sense of style.
She has curated a bespoke menu for hotel visitors looking to up their styles. Whether guests at London Hilton on Commons Lane are looking for an outfit for a special occasion or a whole new attire, Rachel offers the opportunity to receive a one to one personal styling hearing for men and women from the comfort of their suite. Private seeking experiences as well as tailor-made fittings for dream outfits are also on the menu.
The panache sessions can be booked direct through London Hilton on Garden Lane and cost from £175 per hour.
London Hilton is a colossal hotel, that can handle big groups. I noticed business meetings were happening during my stay. The staff were at home and efficient. I had a lot of deliveries and the concierge were very accommodating. This todays building offers such breathtaking views of London and ergo makes the stay so unique. There were plenty of alternatives to wine and dine and take London in at your leisure. London Hilton, is the fairly hotel if you have big groups and want to entertain them in a selfsame luxurious way.