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The Ritz London

London, United Kingdom

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The Ritz London
The Ritz, London. Few other places can summon such an immediate atmosphere of unparalleled style, sophistication and elegance. Opened in 1906, the Ritz today still retains the personal feel of a French country house whilst offering all the glamour, excitement and graceful living that are synonymous with this legendary, World famous hotel. Returned to private ownership in 1995, The Ritz has been totally and lovingly refurbished to restore even the fabrics to their original Louis XVI style. Attention to detail and personal service are elevated to a fine art so that guests may always be assured of a magical and memorable experience. Every room and suite at The Ritz is exquisite and designed to provide exceptional standards of comfort. All the rooms have been individually decorated in the distinctive Ritz colour schemes of blue, peach, pink and yellow luxuriously furnished with rich fabrics, 24 carat gold leaf and beautifully restored antique furniture in keeping with the original Louis XVI style. A ratio of two staff to every guest room guarantees the highest levels of personal service. These traditional features are skilfully combined with the provision of the most modern facilities. Tea at The Ritz is an institution in itself and is served in the spectacular Palm Court. A choice of several varieties of tea, finely cut sandwiches, freshly baked scones, jam and clotted cream and a range of delicate pastries, combine to make for an unforgettable afternoon.

Exclusive Perks at The Ritz London

Afternoon Tea, Breakfast, VIP Status & More in London

SAVE $245+

Opened by renowned hotelier Cesar Ritz in 1906, The Ritz still today retains all the excitement and glamour synonymous with this legendary hotel. The 136 guestrooms combine Louis XVI style interiors with modern day technology, while fine dining facilities include the magnificent Michelin-starred Ritz Restaurant, the opulent Palm Court for afternoon tea, and the stylish Rivoli Bar.

Guests making reservations through Five Star Alliance will also receive the following amenities:

  • Afternoon Tea
  • Breakfast Daily
  • Upgrade
  • VIP Status
  • WiFi
Terms and Conditions
Reservations must be made through Five Star Alliance. Continental breakfast is provided for each guest daily. A formal afternoon tea for two is provided once during stay, either in-room or in The Palm Court (reservations recommended at time of booking and are subject to availability. A supplement charge for special promotions including but not limited to Christmas tea, St Valentine and mother days apply.) Upgrade is subject to availability at time of check-in.

Hotel Address:
  • The Ritz London
  • 150 Piccadilly
  • London, W1J 9BR
  • United Kingdom

Location Summary
The Ritz Is Perfectly Located In The Very Center Of Londons West End With Views Along Piccadilly To Hyde Park Corner And Knightsbridge On One Side And Piccadilly Circus To The Other With Spectacular Views Over The Royal Gardens Of Green Park Towards Buckingham Palace. The Hotel Is Close To The Famous Fashion Houses Of St. James / Bond / Jermyn And Regent Streets And To The Burlington Arcade / Fortnum And Mason And Hatchards Bookshop On Piccadilly. The Royal Academy Of Arts At Burlington House Is Also Close By. As Are The Prestigious Auction House Of Sothebys And Christies. Less Than 1 Minute Walking Distance To Green Park Underground Station With Direct Link To Heathrow / Victoria Station / The City And The Millenium Dome. Less Than 1 Minute Walking Distance To The Bus Station. Local Attraction Direction/distance Other Bath Sw 107 Car- 2.5 Hours Train- 1.3 Hours Big Bus Company Tours Adjacent 0 020 8944 7810 Blenheim Palace W 63 Car- 1.2 Hours British Museum Nw 2 15 Min By Taxi 10 Min By Undgrnd Cabinet War Rooms S 1 10 Min By Taxi 10 Min By Undgrnd Cambridge University Tours Ne 56 Car- 1 Hour Train- 1.5 Hours Canterbury Cathedral City Se 62 Car- 1.75 Hours Train- 1.5 Hours Changing Of The Guard S .5 Taxi- 5 Min Walk- 10 Min Earls Court Exhibition Cntr W 2 Taxi/car/undgrnd -20 Minutes- Hampton Court Palace Sw 15 Car Or Train - 1 Hour - Harrods W 1 Bus/undgrnd- 10 Min Taxi- 5 Harvey Nichols W 1 Bus/undgrnd- 10 Min Taxi- 5 Min Houses Of Parliament S 1 Taxi/tube- 10 Min Hyde Park W .75 Taxi- 5 Min Imperial War Museum Se 2 Taxi/car- 20 Min Undergrnd- 20 Min Kensington Palace/gardens W 2 Taxi/car- 20 Min Undergrnd- 20 Min Kew Gardens W 9 Taxi/car- 45 Min Undergrnd- 45 Min Leeds Castle Se 45 Car- 1.5 Hours Train- 1 Hour London Dungeon Se 3 Taxi/car- 20 Min Undergrnd- 20 Min

Directions to Hotel
From London Heathrow - Approximately 16 Miles -1 Hour- Join The M4 Motorway Sign Posted Central London. Continue To Follow Signs To Central London. This Leads Into Talgarth Road. Continue Along This Road As It Changes To Cromwell Road And Knightsbridge. Head Towards Hyde Park Corner. Use The Underpass To Enter Piccadilly. The Ritz Is Located On The Right Hand Side Of The Street Immediately After Green Park But The Main Entrance Is On Arlington Street. Continue Along Piccadilly And Take The First Allowed Turning Right Into Duke Street St James. Turn Right At The End Into Pall Mall. Follow Pall Mall Along And Around To The Right Into St James Street. Keep Left. Take The 4th Street On The Left -bennett Street. Turn Right At The Junction Into Arlington Street. -from London Gatwick - Approximately 30 Miles -2 Hours. Join The M25 Motorway Heading Toward Heathrow. Follow Details As Above.
Conde Nast Award Winner
Note Bene
The hotel won the 2004 European Hotel Design "Outstanding Property Award," as well as the runner up for "Best Leisure Hotel in the United Kingdom" by Conde Nast Traveler's "2004 Reader's Travel Awards." Famous for it's fabulous High Tea in the Palm Court, reservations needed months in advance. The main dining room has dinner and dancing every Friday and Saturday night.
Banquets & Meetings
Two suites that can seat up to 120 people theatre style
Disabled Access
One disabled entrance on Picadilly side of hotel
Fine Dining On Site
Hotel is world famous for their High Tea served in the Palm Court every day, reservations are made months in advance
Fine Dining Nearby
In the heart of London's center with endless dining options
Fitness Center
Full fitness center on the 7th floor
High Speed Internet
Broadband provided in all rooms
Old Bond Street is next door
Theatre Museums
Minutes way from the most popular theatres and museums of London
Recommended Rooms
The basic rooms are on Westminster side and don't have the greatest view. Guests should request rooms with Green Park or Piccadilly views.

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Hotel Amenities
  • - Banquets & Meetings
    - Disabled Access
    - Executive Retreat
    - Fine Dining On Site
    - Fine Dining Nearby
    - Fitness Center
    - High Speed Internet
Available Activities
  • - Shopping
    - Theatre & Museums

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