The Peninsula London is now open, situated between Hyde Park Corner and Wellington Arch.
The Peninsula London’s 190 guest rooms and suites start at 50 square metres in size and feature bespoke furnishings, textiles, and original artworks.
All include mahogany-panelled dressing rooms, bathrooms of honey onyx stoneware and customised fittings. Several rooms have floor-to ceiling-windows with views over Wellington Arch and historic Belgravia.
The hotel’s six restaurants, bars, and lounges include The Lobby, offering traditional Peninsula Afternoon Tea and globally inspired fare; The Peninsula Boutique and Café which serves casual food such as sandwiches; plus Canton Blue and its adjacent bar, Little Blue, serving Chinese cuisine, cocktails, and teas.
Early October will see the opening of the hotel’s signature rooftop restaurant, Brooklands, showcasing Modern British cuisine from Michelin-starred Chef Director Claude Bosi. Also on the eighth floor, Brooklands Bar overlooks the London skyline with a panoramic view from St Pauls to Battersea.
The Peninsula Spa and Wellness Centre, opening in November, will have a fully equipped fitness studio and a 25-metre indoor swimming pool.
The hotel’s ground-floor retail arcade has nine luxury boutiques, including Asprey London, DMR – David M Robinson Jewellery and Watches, Mouawad, Moussaieff Diamonds, opening before Christmas.
Also available from November, the St. George Ballroom will offer two elevators which are large enough for motorcars and can accommodate up to 450 banquet guests. Other options include a collection of configurable conference rooms, and a private cinema for film screenings for up to 15 guests.
A special introductory offer of £1,300 a night is bookable until November 30 2023. The offer includes daily breakfast, use of a House car, fully flexible check-in and check-out with Peninsula Time and other benefits.