London, United Kingdom
Situated in the very heart of London, close to the River Thames, Corinthia Hotel London is a stunning city hotel great for families and couples seeking sanctuary from the city. Trafalgar Square, Westminster and Covent Garden are within walking distance.
At a Glance
Perfect location to explore London on foot, Trafalgar Square and the West End are near by
The stunning spa, set over four floors is a peaceful sanctuary for tired travelers
Sip champagne at the Bassoon Bar and soak up the glamorous atmosphere
With views towards the London Eye, this boasts the best spot in town for New Years Eve fireworks
The National Gallery is on the hotels door step, a perfect base for art lovers
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Corinthia Hotel is the perfect base for any traveler looking to explore London on foot. Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and Buckingham Palace are a short walk away as well as Leicester Square the heart of 'theatre land' and the West End.
This majestic hotel dates back to the 18th Century, on the inside however is a different story. As you step inside the foyer an impressive Baccarat Chandelier greets you and large floor to ceiling windows illuminate the central lounge and reception. The hotel has been stylishly finished but has managed to maintain its most impressive features.
Every room in this hotel is on grand scale, the two main restaurants, The Northall and Massimo Restaurant are impressively designed, these are places to be seen, sip on champagne or cappuccino and watch the glamorous cliental walk by. After the grandeur of the downstairs the rooms certainly don't disappoint, the entry level Superior Rooms are some of the largest in London, space is not an issue with this hotel. Rooms have all the modern trimmings that the discerning traveler has come to expect, Nespresso machines, Loewe HD TV, under floor heating, built in flat screen over the bath are just some of the features all rooms offer.
The hotel spa and pool are where this hotel really excels, winner of the best UK Hotel Spa this year it is set across four floors, this is certainly a sanctuary to relax after a day in the hustle and bustle of the city. The spa boasts 17 treatments rooms and uses ESPA products. The pool is one of the largest indoor pools in a London hotel and the gym is state of the art. Need to spruce up your hair before a night out in the city, the hotel has its own Daniel Galvin hair salon!
Choose from 294 rooms and 43 suites. All rooms come equipped with Nespresso coffee machines, Loewe LCD TV's, fully stocked mini bars and under floor heating in the bathrooms. Three room categories, Superior, Deluxe and Executive, all offer King size beds, large baths and separate showers. You have five Suite options and seven Penthouses for those looking to upgrade. The Royal Penthouse offers a 180 degree panoramic view over London and a butler service.
The hotel welcomes children of all ages. Nintendo Wii and Play station are put for the older youngsters and teddy bears for little ones. Child-sized bathrobes and slippers are also provided. High Chairs, baby monitors, bottle warmers and sterilizers, night lights, baby baths are all provided, just be sure to request in advance.
Corinthia's oyster bar offers an Italian influenced menu and the Northall offers more traditional British cuisine. The Lobby Lounge offer afternoon tea on a daily basis. The Bassoon Bar is certainly worth a visit. The show piece is the bar which is actually an extended piano, Elton John has tinkled on the ivories in the past!
Location & Directions
London, United Kingdom
Corinthia, London is located in the heart of London close the River Thames. Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and Mayfair are all within easy walking distance. Close to Embankment pier make it easy to head into the city as you can hop on the fast river boat 'the clipper' and enjoy the city from the Thames.
When to go
It is very difficult to predict the weather in the United Kingdom - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a pub with a roaring fire to sit beside.