Overlooking the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace, 41 is an exclusive boutique hotel celebrated for its attentive service, traditional comforts, and abundant luxury. Fashionable Sloane Street and Knightsbridge are just steps away, along with some of London's greatest attractions. This five-star haven, beloved by the most discriminating travelers, offers 20 deluxe rooms and 4 split-level suites hidden away in the wood and glass-lined corridors of the intimate building. Rooms are graced with traditional mahogany furniture, the finest mattresses, warm feather duvets, opulent marble bathrooms, and state-of-the-art interactive TV/IT technology. Guests enjoy all-new complimentary high speed wireless internet access throughout the hotel. The split-level suites are truly sumptuous; the Master Suite features a glass ceiling, with retractable blackout blinds, where you can view the stars from right in the heart of London.
Available from November 24, 2006 to January 7, 2007, the Hotel 41 is offering a fantastic Christmas celebration with the "It's A Wonderful Life" package. Starting at $1,256 for a two-night stay, the package includes welcome gift plus a DVD of the classic movie "It's a Wonderful Life," full English breakfast each day, tea for two with Christmas cake on one day, a complimentary bottle of red and bottle of white wine, lunch or dinner for two on one day, including mince pies, and for those guests who stay at the hotel on Christmas Eve, a stocking filled with seasonal goodies on your doorknob overnight. If you stay in one of the suites, you will also enjoy a decorated Christmas tree in the lounge area. Minimum two-night stay required.
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