Exceeding expectations at every turn, this stunning and fully renovated hotel has a team who take genuine pride in delivering impeccable service. Overlooking Buckingham Palace and The Queens Gallery, within walking distance of Green Park and Victoria station. Enjoy delicious cuisine in the English Grill restaurant; authentic flavours in The Curry Room; live music in the New York Bar and a mouth-watering Royal Afternoon Tea featuring pastries influenced by royal tastes, including House of Stuart cupcakes and the Queen’s much loved jam pennies. The Leopard Bar is the prefect retreat in the evening, offering over 150 different Champagne and 200 Whiskey choices.
Grand, impressive, elegant and resplendent, this regal hotel offers aristocratic grandeur in a property that once regularly played host to debutantes of George V’s royal functions. 151 rooms and 10 luxury suites are individually designed and feature royal gold and red velvet tapestries, rich brocade, Venetian mirrors and chandeliers to form a stunning setting. There are also two beautiful self-contained apartments with outdoor terraces for al fresco entertaining.
Enjoy fine British hospitality from a warm and engaging team who also roll out the red carpet for families, with plentiful thoughtful touches including a dedicated ‘Director of Fun’.
Full English Breakfast for two daily
$100 USD Food and Beverage credit per room, per stay
Complimentary one way transfer for suite bookings of 3 nights or more ( excludes any packages, offers and special promotions)
The following amenities are subject to availability at the time of check-in/departure:
2024 | Suite Privileges
Combinable with Exclusive Amenities listed above. A two-night minimum stay applies for Suite Privileges.
Lunch or dinner for two, once per stay (minimum value US$100)
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Located in the heart of London, opposite The Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace, The Rubens at the Palace is the perfect base for exploring the famous attractions of London. .
Opposite Buckingham Palace and a short walk from Westminster Abbey The Rubens at the Palace, as the name suggests, directly overlooks the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace – the only way you are going to spend the night any closer to Her Majesty is to come on a state visit! The Queen, of course, is at the very heart of her capital, so The Rubens is perfectly situated for visiting all of London's major attractions. .
Hamilton the Musical Hamilton the Musical didn't just hit the big time in the Big Apple; it took the whole of America by storm. Featuring the first Secretary of the Treasury (a man you'll find on the $10 note) and a life that oscillated between tragedy and triumph, his story has been rendered in such a fun, hip-hop-fuelled manner, that people have queued for tickets ever since the show first hit The Public Theatre, off Broadway. .
And now, with the musical travelling over the pond to London's Victoria Palace Theatre, locals and visitors to London can finally see the show themselves. For those snapping up tickets early, make it a special occasion with an overnight stay with us, we're just two minutes from the theatre! .
Royalty on the doorstep Buckingham Palace You can watch the comings-and-goings of the royal guardsmen from the comfort of the hotel's gracious lounge, while the Queen's Gallery, displaying many of the best works of art from the Royal Family's personal collection, is a two minute walk away. Keep going another few yards and you are standing directly in front of the palace itself. From here you can watch the magnificent spectacle of Changing the Guard. In the summer months you can also take a tour of the Palace's breath-taking State Rooms. .
London's most popular attractions within easy walking distance From the Palace, wander down the tree lined Mall, with lovely St James's Park on your right and St James's Palace on your left, and you soon pass through the magnificent Admiralty Arch and into Trafalgar Square. Turning right takes you down Whitehall, past the Royal Banqueting Hall, the Cenotaph, Downing Street and many of London's most important government buildings. .
After only a few hundred yards the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye appear on your left, while directly ahead is Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton were wed in 2011. Turn right again to enjoy a pleasant stroll along Birdcage Walk. Following the edge of St James's Park you are back at Buckingham Palace. If you have still got the legs for it, wander past the Palace, head across Green Park, and visit Apsley House, splendid home of the great Duke of Wellington. All that, within easy walking distance of the hotel! .
So much to do after dark There is no shortage of great things to enjoy in the evening, especially with over 35 musical productions in London. The hugely popular musical, 'Wicked' is being staged just around the corner from the hotel.
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