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"Park Lane hotel with style by designer Pierre-Yves Rochon"
The Four Seasons Hotel London, on prestigious Park Lane, has 193 luxury guest rooms including 46 one, two and three-bedroom suites, some featuring fireplaces and private terraces with stunning park and city views. With interior design by Pierre-Yves Rochon, this 11-storey, five-star hotel balances eclectic British sophistication and sleek modern style.
The rich, wood-panelled guest rooms feature walnut or sycamore veneer panels and tartan draperies. The sumptuous suites at the Park Lane hotel balance sophistication and sleek modern style. Some one-bedroom suites can be transformed into two or three-bedroom suites. The fifth floor Presidential Suite with park views features lounge seating and dining for six. It can also be configured as a two or three-bedroom suite. It has a full marble bathroom per bedroom, plus a guest powder room. Unusual guest rooms the hotel are the bright and airy Conservatories, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and urban views from the second floor. Some offer a semi-private landscaped terrace with outdoor seating.
Facilities available in guest rooms include down duvets and pillows, lighted make-up/shaving mirror, thick terry bathrobes, orthopaedic pillows on request, hair dryer and hypoallergenic bedding on request. Rooms have wired and wireless high-speed internet access.
Services and amenities include twice-daily housekeeping with evening ice delivery, flashlights on request, hearing-impaired kit, 24-hour laundry/dry-cleaning/pressing, multilingual concierge, adaptors and transformers, airport transfers, automatic teller machine, complimentary local newspapers, complimentary overnight shoeshine, currency exchange, doctor or nurse on call 24 hours, express check-in/check-out, in-house florist, international newspapers, limousine service, safety deposit boxes and salon services.
"Enjoy delicious Italian cuisine or a traditional English afternoon tea"
Amaranto Restaurant is a wonderful place to dine at Four Seasons Park Lane. Chef Davide Degiovanni has put together a menu of modern Italian cuisine with international flavours. Urban dining is served with an extensive à la carte menu. The warm environment extends to a sun-filled glass conservatory and in summer there is al fresco dining in the private garden overlooking Park Lane. For more intimate affairs, a private dining room seats up to eight guests.
Amaranto Lounge is a great spot to meet for coffee or enjoy a traditional English afternoon tea or its Italian alternative, La Dolce Vita. Amaranto Bar is a clubby meeting place with fireside seating for all-day dining, Italian bar snacks, wines and cocktails.
"Endless opportunities for exploring, exercising or business"
At this family friendly hotel, staff go out of their way to make guests feel welcome, and the Concierge can make reservations for a family dinner or suggest outings. There is a theatre desk to book tickets for the top shows.
If you have children, child-sized bathrobes, childproofing services and complimentary colouring books, crayons and games can be made available. Babysitting services can be arranged at 24 hours notice.
Meeting and function space is available. Business amenities and services include a 24-hour business centre, airline reservation service, automated black-out shades in meeting rooms, business equipment, mobile phones, computers, digital cameras, iPads, laptops, secretarial service, translation and interpreting service, video conferencing and internet.
The Fitness Centre, available exclusively for guests at the hotel, features state-of-the-art cardio and weight-training equipment. Located on the 10th floor, it will inspire your workout with southeast views of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye. Complimentary juice and water are available. The spa, in a sleek, contemporary and glass-walled environment, crowns the building with a 10th-floor rooftop retreat, offering panoramic views over the parks and cityscape. Treatments available include traditional Swedish massage, hot stone therapies and aromatherapy as well as facials.
Places to visit near the hotel include Hyde Park, The Royal Academy of Arts, gourmet food emporium Fortnum & Mason, Burlington Arcade, Buckingham Palace and Knightsbridge. The West End theatres, shops and cinemas are easy to get to. The nearest Underground station is at Hyde Park Corner on the Piccadilly Line. You can catch the Underground from Heathrow Airport directly to Hyde Park Corner. The nearest mainline railway station is London Victoria, which interconnects with the Underground. Stations in the area are in Travelcard Zone 1. The hotel is inside the London Congestion Charge Zone for cars.