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Corinthia Hotel London

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Corinthia Hotel

Time Out says

Firmly in the grand-hotel tradition, the Corinthia actually spent years as government offices before its conversion to a hotel. The colossal Baccarat chandelier (with 1,000 clear crystal globes, plus one in red) in the expansive lobby complete with central dome; the dark wood and silk-covered walls in the high-spec rooms; the luxurious bathrooms with pool-like oval baths: everything is as you would expect for a hotel in this price range, and it’s done well and with a light, modern touch that avoids self-importance or stuffiness.

The Espa spa and subterranean pools (with jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and hot seats) form a complex over two floors. Espa products are in the bathrooms too. Afternoon tea is a stylish affair, served in the lobby. The Bassoon bar is an intimate, after-dark retreat, while the Northall restaurant serves British food in a dramatic circular space with floor-to-ceiling windows.

Corinthia Hotel London says
London’s elegant, uplifting, grand hotel, intelligently designed for the modern life. Perfectly located in the heart of London, only steps from Trafalgar Square, Westminster, the River Thames and Covent Garden, Corinthia Hotel London combines grandeur and heritage with a modern touch.



Address: Whitehall Place
Price: £414.00 to £4,170.00 per night
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