London, United Kingdom
At a Glance
A protected Edwardian building with a sophisticated décor and warm, personal service.
Stay in the impressive Grand Manor House Wing, the only suite in the world with its own postcode.
Visit the gin bar at Holborn Dining Room, which, with over 400 gins, holds the largest gin collection in London.
Pets are more than welcome, and don't forget to say hello to Pearl, the resident golden retriever.
Try one of over 200 single malts in Scarfes Bar while admiring the works of caricaturist Gerald Scarfe which adorn the walls.
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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 the Christmas atmosphere in London is not to be missed.
To start planning your holiday to Rosewood London
In the very centre of the city, Rosewood London is within walking distance to Covent Garden and many other London landmarks. The grand Edwardian building is a sight to behold, and once inside, guests will feel at home in this stylish London residence.
Located in the central Holborn district, Rosewood London is conveniently located for easy access to the West End, the British Museum, and Covent Garden. Surrounded by fantastic restaurants, bars, and close to the top theatres, this is the perfect location for those looking to experience the very best of London.
Inside reveals a mélange of styles, from the Renaissance-style seven-storey marble staircase to the warm and comforting armchairs of Scarfes Bar. Adhering to Rosewood's 'a sense of place' philosophy, Rosewood London embodies the history and culture of its surroundings. The mixture of traditional and contemporary artworks reflects the use of a modern design within the Edwardian-era building. Rooms are well-appointed and sophisticated, and the 45 suites allow for a luxurious stay, especially for families. For the ultimate indulgence, stay in the Grand Manor House Wing, a private and secluded wing with up to seven bedrooms, a private entrance, and a dining room that can seat up to ten guests.
Named for British caricaturist Gerald Scarfe, Scarfes Bar displays a satirical take on the history of the United Kingdom through the artist's works shown on the walls. Listen to the nightly live music while enjoying a unique cocktail or bar snack, all in the comfort of the plush armchairs surrounding the open fire. In the lavish Mirror Room, feast upon seasonal, innovative dishes packed full of flavour. For a more casual meal Holborn Dining Room offers delicious British dishes in a trendy brasserie setting, or dine outside in The Terrace during warm summer nights.
A haven in the midst of the bustling city streets, Rosewood London also provides the chance to relax in Sense Spa, which offers a wide range of treatments within its seven treatment rooms, and is the perfect way to relax after a busy day in town.
Rosewood London has 263 guest rooms and 45 suites. All have an urban, contemporary design with muted colours throughout, and each feels refined and sophisticated thanks to the addition of bespoke furnishings and works of art. Each room has an elegant marble bathroom containing Czech & Speake amenities, and offers entertainment through the Geneva sound systems.
Executive Rooms are classic and comfortable, measuring a spacious 31 sqm. Rooms have high ceilings, some reaching as far as 12 feet. A 46-inch LED television and additional comforts such as a Nespresso coffee machine are provided.
Family Rooms are the perfect space for families to relax, with two double beds for families with two children up to 16 years old. Measuring 33-42 sqm families will have ample space to spread out, and children can entertain themselves on games consoles, and with the 46-inch LED television.
Deluxe Suites have the style of a traditional manor house combined with contemporary décor and sophistication. Find bespoke furnishings in the bedroom and separate living room, and find a free-standing bathroom and walk-in shower in the bathroom. A spacious 68 sqm, these suites come with a 52-inch LED television and a minibar with complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic drinks.
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The Grand Manor House Wing is one of London's most exclusive suites. For larger families or groups, Rosewood London is able to section off an entire wing of the hotel with up to seven bedrooms. With a private entrance, lift and dedicated doorman, the suite offers complete privacy in its 585 sqm. The wing has a main living room, with two smaller sitting rooms, as well as a kitchenette and dining room seating up to 10 guests. There is a fantastic wine collection in the temperature-controlled wine fridge, and a complimentary minibar stocked with Fortnum & Mason products. Grand Manor House Wing guests also benefit from a 24-hour butler service and complimentary use of the Rosewood car and chauffeur.
A spectacular living space, this is the only suite in the world with its own postcode!
Children are especially welcome at Rosewood London, and benefit from the Rose Buds children's programme, inspired by the combination of education and fun promoted by Montessori schools. Each child receives a personalised welcome letter on arrival, and will find their own bathrobe and slippers in rooms. In family rooms children can entertain themselves on game consoles, and for babies Rosewood provides a baby-proofing service, baby baths, monitors, and many more amenities. Children's bathroom products are supplied by Johnson & Johnson. Babysitting services are available on request.
Each guest will benefit from Rosewood London's discreet butler service, a wonderful concierge service, and 24-hour in-room dining.
There is a range of drinking and dining options at Rosewood London offering an assortment of cuisines to guests and locals alike. Scarfes Bar, named for caricaturist Gerald Scarfe, has a warm and welcoming atmosphere, decorated with roaring fire and velvet armchairs in the style of a traditional gentleman's club. Bespoke cocktails and live music are on the menu, alongside Indian-inspired bar snacks, curries and gourmet kebabs. Meanwhile in Mirror Room, lounge seating creates a relaxed but elegant dining room with the atmosphere of a living room. Light, seasonal meals are served here, using fresh British and French ingredients. Holborn Dining Room is a stylish brasserie with banquettes of red leather and local British meals. Try a gin and tonic at the gin bar, which boasts the largest gin collection in London, with over 400 in stock. During warm summer evenings venture outside to The Terrace and enjoy the seasonal summer menu in a classic English garden.
Sense Spa at Rosewood London is a serene sanctuary away from the busy city streets. With a tranquil décor comprised of bamboo walls and walkways over flowing water, the spa and its relaxing treatments will allow guests to truly unwind.
Guests will have access to Rosewood London's fitness suite, which offers state-of-the-art Technogym equipment.
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From the moment you walk through the doors you are kindly greeted and thoroughly welcomed to this beautiful property. The grayscale color scheme through the hotel might sound bland, but quite the opposite is true. The colors perfectly blend and bring the beauty of the hotel to life. The long sweeping corridors create a grand entrance as you walk through to your room or back to the lobby and the grand staircase is quite a sight. This staircase is many employees favorite part of the hotel; bursting with seven types of marble, the grandness still feels as if it could belong right in your very own home.
A day in Oxford
There is so much to see in wonderful Oxford - this is 'the city of dreaming spires' and your private guide will show you the highlights. Home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world, Oxford is packed with history and stunning architecture.
A day in the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are rural England at its best, and a day spent exploring the ancient, honey-coloured limestone villages of Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, set amongst rolling sheep-dotted hills, stone-walled fields and country inns is simply magical.
A Royal tour of London
Rub shoulders with royalty and discover the world of the British Monarchy. With your private guide, explore London and learn about all things royal, from official residences to coronations and weddings throughout history.
A masterpiece of eighteenth century Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace is home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Winston Churchill.
Christmas Markets in London
London is a great place to spend Christmas and there's an ever-growing number of Christmas markets, large and small, that take place in the city. Get into the Christmas spirit with mulled wine, seasonal fayre and hand-crafted presents.
Explore Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon
On the banks of the River Avon and just to the north of the Cotswolds, lies the home of the world's most famous playwright, William Shakespeare. Discover where the Bard was born and raised, and admire the beautiful Tudor architecture of the town.
Hampton Court Palace
Henry VIII's lavish royal residence, Hampton Court Palace dates back hundreds of years and is an emblem of the Tudor reign. Your private guide will lead the way, teaching you about the infamous Henry VIII as you explore his majestic palace.
Harry Potter's Oxford & Studio Tour
Leave the land of Muggles behind and discover the real-life sets of Hogwarts, hidden throughout beautiful Oxford. After exploring the city, enter the magic of the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio for a chance to see the props and sets from the films.
Highclere Castle - The real Downton Abbey
Made famous worldwide by the television phenomenon, Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle is home to The Earl and Countess of Carnarvon.
Inside Savile Row
James Bond, Winston Churchill, The British Royal family — this is where the rich and famous throughout history have bought their clothes.
London like a Local
Experience the great city of London like a local with one of our top hand-picked Blue Badge Guides, as you explore the capital by bus, underground train, boat and on foot. You’ll beat the traffic and have a great insight into what makes London tick.
London with a private art expert
One of the finest cities in the world for art, London has an impressive collection of galleries and exhibitions just waiting to be explored. An art historian will join you for an insightful tour of your favourite style at one of these fantastic museums.
Private photography experience
Create lasting memories of your holiday with an exclusive private photography experience. With the help of a professional photographer, capture the perfect moment while you enjoy your romantic break, family holiday or honeymoon.
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The Golden Age of Travel on board the British Pullman
Enjoy a fabulous journey on board the Belmond British Pullman, travelling through Kent, the garden of England as you tuck in to a delicious five-course lunch. Take in the scenic views, enjoy a glass of champagne and relax on this luxurious vintage train.
Tower of London & St Paul's Cathedral on foot
Discover two of London's most interesting landmarks with your private guide, who will teach you about the fascinating history of each. See the Crown Jewels at the Tower before hopping on an iconic red London bus to the breath-taking St Paul's Cathedral.
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Warwick Castle is a medieval castle dating back to 1068 and originally built by William the Conqueror then developed over time, Warwick Castle now houses a collection of armoury to rival that on display at the Tower of London.
The oldest continually occupied castle in the world, Windsor Castle is used as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's main home to this day. As you explore the majestic castle your private guide will tell you all about its 900-year royal history.
England and Scotland for Familes
Gleneagles Scotland, London, The Cotswolds
from £5300 pp inc flights & transfers for 10 nights
- Ideal family itinerary with a range of experiences and activities
- Private, exclusive guide in London and Edinburgh an bespoke itinerary designed around your interests
- Stay at the world-famous Gleneagles hotel, host of the 2014 Ryder Cup.
London, Bath, Cotswolds, Lake District, York and Cambridge
from £4400 pp inc flights & transfers for 7 nights
- Step back in time with a visits to Stonehenge and Bath
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- Marvel at the vast expanse of Lake Windemere
Grand Tour of the British Isles
London, Cotswolds, Kerry, Clare, Dublin, Gleneagles & Edinburgh
from £8500 pp inc flights & transfers for 15 nights
- Take in the absolute highlights of the British Isles
- You will be accompanied by a private driver-guide for the entire duration
- Pampering experience staying at some of the most characterful and stylish hotels
Location & directions
London, United Kingdom
In Holborn, Rosewood London is close to many of London's main attractions. The West End and the British Museum are close by, and Covent Garden is just a 15-minute walk away. The hotel is less than a 5-minute walk to Holborn station for public transport links.
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