Rosewood London is renowned as one of the finest five-star hotels in London and wow, wow, wow isn’t that the truth. Blending English heritage with contemporary sophistication, the Edwardian Grade II-listed building has been sensitively renovated to create a luxury hotel with the ambiance of a stylish London residence.
Located in that sort of in-between area of Bloomsbury and Holborn that isn’t really the City but isn’t the West End either, Rosewood London stands as a beacon of ultra luxury and has created a pretty happening hub in what some describe as London’s “midtown”.
With 262-rooms and 44-suites the hotel just oozes grandeur but in an accessible and friendly way – the welcome is perfect, and service from bar, restaurant and hotel staff is impeccable. Guests arriving at the Rosewood Hotel are driven through the enormous sets of wrought iron gates into another world – take a left and you’re walking into the Holborn Dining Room and delicatessen, take a right and you’ll find yourself in the most perfect L-shaped bar that feels like they took all the best bits of a New York clubhouse and gave it a good dose of English charm.
Rosewood London offers guests true urban sanctuaries, informed by the grand traditions of a British manor home, the five-star hotel’s stylish interiors –all dreamed up by designer Tony Chi and Associates– are crafted from the finest materials and appointed to the highest standard.
The scale of Rosewood London is not to be underestimated – the Grand Manor House Wing, with space totalling 6,318 sq ft, is the largest suite in London and the only hotel suite in the world to have its own postcode.
A grand brasserie, the Holborn Dining Room serves up seasonal, locally sourced British cuisine with a twist in a vibrantly bustling dining salon. Combining reclaimed oak with antique mirrors, red leather banquettes with tweed detailing, and two patina copper-topped bars, it’s a place for enjoying a convivial meal with friends, a spontaneous pint of local lager and a burger, or a selection of crustacea and charcuterie paired with wine.
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