The Grande Dame of London hotels, Claridge’s is an undeniable icon of luxury, refinement, and all things en vogue. With its art deco design and interiors outfitted by such designer names as Diane Von Furstenburg, CW Stephens, Thierry Despont, and Guy Oliver, the hotel is a world unto itself. Music aficionados will appreciate the Prince Alexander Suite which houses images of past Claridge’s renowned musical guests such as Daniel Barenboim and André Previn; whereas those who are architecturally inclined will swoon over the barrel roof, French windows that open onto a rooftop terrace, an original 19th century fireplace and marble boudoir in the Davies Penthouse. Claridge’s is sure to send you back to the beauty and luxury of a bygone era without sacrificing a single modern convenience. If sipping on a 30s inspired cocktail from an exquisite Lalique glass in the Fumoir Bar, or dressing for an award-winning afternoon tea inspired by the hotel’s 1920s heritage sounds like your sort of fun, then, by golly, it’s high time you find yourself at Claridge’s.
Located in the West End, Claridge’s is an ideal location from which to cruise stylish shopping districts, stroll through picturesque Royal parks, and join the hustle and bustle of one the world’s busiest cities. If you have extra time, you may enjoy a bit of culinary inspiration in of the renowned Claridge’s Master classes, where you can learn from the best in their showcase sessions focused on Carving, Sunday Roast, Fish, Afternoon Tea and British Pudding.