With a fascinating history, world-class entertainment, unrivaled shopping and activities for everyone to enjoy, live life to the full and explore all that London has to offer. These six London-based Red Carnation Hotels are in fantastic locations, close to key attractions such as Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, the British Museum and The Royal Albert Hall.
The difference for Red Carnation’s hotels is in the detail. Each suite has its own distinct character and charm and passionate staff will welcome you with genuine warmth. You will discover excellent cuisine, elegant rooms and a host of thoughtful touches that will make your next stay in London one to remember.
Below are six amazing and unique hotel suites in London:
The Tudor Suite at The Milestone Hotel & Residences (pictured above)
This royal suite includes an ornate Tudor Rose ceiling and extraordinary glass chandelier. The beautifully designed king-size bedroom has a four-poster bed and a living area that leads into an additional living room, distinctly inspired by the Tudor period between 1485 and 1603, with traditional rich oak paneling lining the walls. Intricate features can be discovered on walls enriched with hanging tapestries and embroideries. With two fireplaces and comfortable, bespoke seating, a cozy ambiance is achieved in a grand setting. Side views of Kensington Gardens can be admired from three large sets of light-filled windows.
The Master Suite:The King's Suite at The Rubens at the Palace
At a spacious size of 55 square meters the Master Suite offers luxury on a lavish scale with a connecting lounge overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace. The bedroom features a magnificent four-poster bed with an en-suite bathroom and a living area featuring an optional Murphy bed, perfect for families or guests travelling together. With luxury fabric walls and eye catching leopard print furnishings, this room is the perfect getaway for a special occasion. When booking this room, you will be invited to our bar for canapés daily between 6-8 p.m. Exclusive amenities also includes a free glass of Champagne at check-on, fruit bowls replenished each day, and welcome signature truffles.
The Stanhope Suite at The Chesterfield Mayfair
Rich fabrics in warm neutrals give this multi-functional suite a gloriously traditional English feel. The split-level bedroom features a raised area where you can take Afternoon Tea or relax. The living area has a dining table that seats six and enough business space and technology to stay in touch with the world throughout your stay. Other features include Canapés delivered nightly, an Espresso machine and Jing tea.
The Victoria and Albert Suite at The Egerton House Hotel
Named after Britain’s beloved Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, this suite is filled with warm red décor and has a separate lounge area that takes you back to the time of the Tudors. Unique furniture and lavish fabrics are the extra touches that adorn the room. Located on the ground floor, the suite is ideal for families, featuring two comfortable sofa beds, and a gold four poster bed in the main bedroom. The separate sitting lounge has floor length French doors that open to the private outside Garden Terrace, where guests can spend their day surrounded by the quietness and privacy of the Egerton Gardens. The Victoria & Albert suite is packed with additional amenities such as a Nespresso machine, a Garden Terrace Cocktail Bar where guests can mix their favorite drink and a Games and Toys cabinet.
The Bedford Suite at The Montague on the Gardens
Named after the successive Dukes of Bedford who all played a part in creating Bloomsbury, this NEW suite is a beautiful celebration of the local area. Guests can enter through their own private street entrance or from the hotel, to discover the spectacular Suite with a bedroom, living and dining room, two outdoor patios and two stunning dark blue, Caesar stone marble bathrooms. The extravagant décor is what makes this suite unique, with its striking blue-and-white theme that enriches the light-filled space. Walls are hung with elegantly striped silk wallpaper and feature artwork by Spanish artist and sculptor Joan Miró and renowned French artist Henri Matisse. Large windows frame views of evergreen trellises, while fresh flowers can be found in each room. To make room for larger parties, the Suite also interconnects with the hotel’s Guvnor's Suite, creating a combined 3-bedroom and 3-bathroom super suite.
The Conservatory Suite at 41
There is nowhere else in London quite like 41’s Conservatory Master Suite, built with a glass conservatory ceiling. Where else could you sleep in such opulent luxury beneath the twinkling city stars? If you get tired of the view, electric blinds turn your split-level suite into a private paradise complete with marbled bathroom and whirlpool bath. A combination of wonderful views of the Royal Mews, a Nepresso machine, and penthouse seclusion makes this an unforgettable setting for a romantic getaway.