This iconic landmark has been transformed into a luxury hotel.
Opened in 1865, the Café Royal in London’s Regent Street has been an established and iconic landmark on the capital’s social scene for more than a century. Originally a wine store and restaurant, it became the location for some of the city’s most illustrious events. Its most recent incarnation as a luxury hotel elevates this famous venue into a global destination. Paying homage to the illustrious history of the building the grand areas, some dating back to the 1860’s, others to the 1920’s, have been sensitively restored, while the 160 guest rooms and suites, some of which are said to be the largest in London, have been created in a style which is sensitive yet refined.
Contemporary and serene, the Deluxe Guestrooms feature rusticated Portland Stone, while the Superior Guestrooms are lined in fumed English Oak panels. Continuing its celebrated legacy in its restaurants and bars, Hotel Café Royal takes diners on a culinary journey, while hotel guests and other visitors can also take time to relax and unwind in ‘Akasha Holistic Wellbeing London’ – a hidden sanctuary spa deep under the bustling Regent Street above.