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For celebs, business tycoons, royalty and other hot shots. Indulge in unprecedented luxury. I stayed for first time at Dorchester somewhere in 1995. Really impressive to see the wealth that keeps the world going. The hotel made headlines with the brother of the Sultan of Brunei who had a whole harem of escort girls on standby in the hotel.
The hotel is great for business and pleasure.
For those who live in the fast lane. The rooms and the service are great and they have a fantastic goat cheese and beetroot salad in their Podium Restaurant on the ground floor. A drink on the 28th floor Galvin bar is a good start for a relaxing evening.
A stay at the Waldorf near Covent Garden in the Westend is always great for work and for leisure. As a HHonor gold member I have never been disappointed on rooms, service and food. The pool needs upgrading but the gym is fantastic with lots of beautiful young women working their hot bodies.
I frequently stayed at the Sheraton and it was always a pleasure. It is a good spot to meet with people. They serve delicious Afternoon Tea in the historic Palm Court Lounge. Rooms are not over the top, but have a pleasant atmosphere. And if you need a great hamburger, the Hard Rock café is just next to the hotel.
I once stayed at the Ritz. And I felt like a King indeed. This landmark hotel is frequented by the rich and the famous. Very attentive staff and the night I was there, there were quite a number of escort girls walking in and out. Not for me! I was there with my friend Melanie. And since you ask, the beds are great!
A friend of mine referred me to the Sanderson hotel. For its pure luxury and design by my favourite designer Philippe Starck. Somehow I never had the time to spend a night there. Still if my friend recommends a hotel, it must be a great one.
I never stayed in a hotel room at the Goring; only had a few drinks in their sumptuous Bar and Lounge and an amazing dinner in their elegant Dining Room. But if this indicative for the rest of the hotel, it will be excellent without a doubt.
A few years ago I stayed quite a number of times in this enormous hotel with 1.000 rooms. The lobby is huge and has an ongoing display of contemporary art. Creativity and design are keywords in this great hotel. Even the famous British Chef Gary Rhodes has two restaurants in the hotel. A formal one called Rhodes W1 which is Michelin starred and the Rhodes W1 Brasserie which offers great food and a less formal atmosphere. Beds are good but bathrooms a bit overrated. However, it is very good value for money.
The Carlton Towers are decadence and extreme luxury in the heart of Knightsbridge. Harrods and Harvey Nichols are very close by. Most of the guests are from the Middle East. The room service is fantastic and the beds perfectly suitable for great sex or a fantastic massage. It’s expensive but worth every penny.
I loved staying at the Westbury in Mayfair. American owned and managed hotel. The Americans know what service is. Fantastic rooms, great room service food and a very lively Polo bar. I guess I stayed more than 20 times in the Westbury and there were always beautiful women anywhere in the hotel. I consider it an underestimated but highly recommended place to stay.
I never stayed myself at this luxury London hotel. But according to our masseuses its pure luxury, beautiful rooms with fantastic beds and fluffy bathrobes and towels. The hotel personnel are very polite but strict with visitors. The security takes their job serious, which is good for guests and sometimes inconvenient for visitors.
A friend highly recommended this superb hotel. I stayed there two times for multiple nights. This is fantastic value for money. It’s an all suite hotel under fabulous management. Beautiful well decorated suites with all amenities. The staff is more than excellent. As I do a lot of work from my room I always order room service. And here I had the best room service food in London. The service in this hotel is on par with service in the Ritz, but at a much, much more friendly price. I highly recommend this hotel in Chelsea.
After an exceptional refurbishment the Savoy is taking back London by storm. Lovers of exquisite food can dine at The Savoy Grill under Gordon Ramsay’s supervision. The best cocktails in London are served in the American Bar.
Rooms are fantastic. Bring the right partner to indulge in pure pleasure. I spent one night of sin in this London landmark hotel. It will not be my last.
The Rubens is a beautiful and cosy boutique hotel with fantastic service. It’s very British and very stylish. A few minutes from Victoria station. Standard rooms are a bit cramped. For a very reasonable amount you can have an upgrade to a suite. And there you get really in the mood; for work or play. The staff is very professional and friendly. The prices are reasonable, though the value for money ratio can be better.
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