OVERLOOKING Hyde Park, this 18-storey luxury hotel occupies the perfect central location for enjoying London.
Stylish but relaxing, the Royal Lancaster’s lovely staff will make anyone feel welcome.
1. Where is the Royal Lancaster hotel?
A short stroll to London’s most iconic sights, the Royal Lancaster is easy to get to via public transport – Paddington’s national train station is a six minute walk away.
The hotel has secure parking for those travelling by car, charged hourly or at £45 for the day.
2. What is the Royal Lancaster hotel like?
Built in the 1960s and recently refurbished, the Royal Lancaster makes a real statement with a dramatic glass front, and ultra-modern double-height lobby featuring a marble staircase.
It’s the kind of hotel that makes you feel like a Hollywood A-lister from the moment you sashay through the door – and some fellow guests may be the real deal.
3. What to do at the Royal Lancaster hotel?
Whether you want to shop, sight-see, party or just relax, you couldn’t pick a better base camp.
Turn the other way and you have the shops of Marble Arch and Oxford Street.
If you want to stay put there is a gym and in-room massage and blow-dry services available, or grab a coffee and enjoy the views.
4. What is there to eat and drink at the Royal Lancaster hotel?
There is a restaurant and bar to suit every palate or personality at the Royal Lancaster.
Their Nipa Thai restaurant has all-female, all-Thai kitchen staff and has won awards from the Thai government for its authentic cuisine.
For a menu closer to home, the Island Grill offers wonderful views and British classics made from sustainable ingredients.
If cocktails and cool vibes are more your thing, the elegant white marble Hyde Bar is the best spot for lounge-lizards to settle in, sit and sip.
5. What are the rooms like at the Royal Lancaster hotel?
The Royal Lancaster’s rooms are comfy with modern decor, and picture windows to make the most of the capital’s skyline.
The 400-plus rooms range from classic doubles to palatial suites, all with king-sized beds, a sofa to relax on and modern must-haves, such as coffee machines, smart TVs and USB ports galore.
The bathrooms boast waterfall showers and underfloor heating and are stocked with trendy White Company smellies.
6. How much are the rooms at the Royal Lancaster hotel?
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7. Is the Royal Lancaster hotel family friendly?
Yes, suites can be adjoined to another room for a family stay.
The hotel also has “studio family suites” designed for a family of four – two adults and two children up to eight years old.
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8. Is there access for guests with disabilities?
Yes, the hotel is fully accessible.
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