Hotel Cafe Royal

Article published on: July 31, 2014

The Hotel Cafe Royal is a landscape of breathtaking grandeur first opened in the mid 19th century. Located in Regent Street in the bosom of the West End this iconic hotel dates back centuries and has hosted some of the most dignified and colourful characters through its doors.

We can highly recommend the signature suites of Cafe Royal of which the spectacular Dome suite situated on the top of the building under a copper domed rotunda turned into a fabulous modern space ideal to host parties. The suite speciality is a spacious Carrara marble bathroom which is a perfect space to arrange our PEARL Wet&Wild premium massage. The suit also comes with a wonderful outside terrace perfect for entertaining your guests at warm summer evenings.

If you prefer a more traditional decor the Empire Suite can be the perfect choice. With over 200 sqm in size this is the largest suite of the hotel. It comes with a separate bedroom, and lounge area and boasts with scenic views over the city. The suite caters for longer staying with its wardrobe space.

If you wish to perform some aquatic exercise the pool is located in the basement of this enchanting grade II listed building. Apart from the facilities of the fitness centre and spa the hotel offers holistic yoga, tai chi, Pilates and meditation classes.

As a guest at the Cafe Royal you also have the best of both worlds. By day enjoy shopping in fashionable Carnaby Street, Saville Row or Covent Garden to mention a few. At night the city is a buzz, with Theatre land, Soho and Piccadilly Circus only a stones throw away your ideally placed for the London nightlife.

If you choose to stay in, your spoilt choice as the hotel has many restaurants and welcoming bars for guests to dine and enjoy. Most renowned is The Oscar Wilde Bar with its rich and opulent decor, gold pillars and furnishings. Also the beautiful Green Bar offering Absinthe as a unique feature with a mixture of cocktails.

The hotel is centrally located for using the London underground, London’s iconic ‘Red’ double decker buses or for an afternoon stroll.