Elegance and a gentlemans charm at the 5 star Rembrandt Hotel London
Most visitors to London are looking for that grand old English charm that you see in period films; for this youd be best to head west to the Knightsbridge area where youll find many of the 5 star hotels located. One accommodation that you may want to consider is the Rembrandt Hotel London, which stands near Harrods and is just opposite the popular Victoria and Albert museum. This Edwardian styled hotel look like it has come straight out of a page in history, retaining much of its classical old charm; in fact much of the interior retains its original quality only being slightly modernized for guest comfort. It is located quite close to many of Londons main attractions, including Hyde Park, Harvey Nicholls, Oxford Street, Marble Arch and several popular museums.
Resting at the high end for the price scale the Rembrandt hotel London is known for its high quality service and room standards. Guests can choose from 5 different styles of room, including the superior, executive, club, grand and suite rooms all with their own range of complimentary amenities to help make your stay comfortable. Internet is free and available in all rooms, also expect to find high quality duvets and bed covers, flat screen TV with interactive channels, a desk and chair work area, drinks making facilities, a safe, ironing equipment and hair dryer.
Hotel facilities are on offer to guests in the adjacent Aquilla spa, so anyone looking for a quick dip in an indoor heated swimming pool, a work out in a fully equipped gym or a day of being pampered by masseurs and beauty treatment experts can do so for a small surcharge. In terms of food and drink visitors have the option of wandering the nearby area for dining options or can alternatively make use of the hotels own popular restaurant and bar. The Palette Restaurant is a large open planned space decorated in a classically designed interior giving it a very regal feel. An English breakfast is served daily in a buffet style and both lunch and dinner includes a mix of traditional western styled seasonal dishes. For after dinner drinks you might want to relax in the Conservatory Bar which has been designed with a see through glass ceiling that adds to the atmosphere, letting in more light and fresh air on a good day. The bar offers visitors a long list of English ales, wines and spirits from all over the globe; light snacks and coffee/tea are also available through out the day.
The Rembrandt hotel London also has a number of rooms dedicated to functions and meetings; it regularly accommodates large weddings and is equipped to host daily or week long meetings. Private rooms can hold from 2 to 180 guests at one time and small board rooms have been fitted with suitable tables, chairs and AV projectors for presentation use.
Whether you plan on travelling to London for business or pleasure the Rembrandt hotel offers a cozy atmosphere, with clean and comfortable rooms of an adequate size. Though if youre looking for modern and minimal this might not be for you, as the hotel has sacrificed a complete refurbishment to keep its classic old friendliness which visitors like so much.