Stayed a weekend, 2 nights, in January 2012. When I booked a Deluxe room on the hotels own homepage I requested any of their signature rooms and ended up in the Miss Ada room, (208) my favourite! It's a corner room, with thick curtain that blacked out when we wanted to, a queen four poster bed, a small sofa and a table, a writing table, TV and minibar. The bathroom had a toilet set as a throne, we laughed every time we went!
We absolutely loved the style of this hotel; rustic and warm but still very practical! There are a lot of beautiful details in this hotel, the stairway, the floors, the mirrors. It's not the newest furniture, people who like brand new thing might find the wooden interior in the bathroom akward, but it has such a feeling about it!
The bar area was great with skilled barstaff who served us some excellent drinks and the music was well suited for the guest and for creating good atmosphere. We did'nt eat at the restaurant but we saw it was full both Friday and Saturday night.
Breakfast was included in the offer I booked, and there was a continental breakfast buffet which we liked with yoghurts, fresh (and very tasty) fruits, croissants and toasts. If we missed something it would be some kind of cheese or ham, tomatoes a s o, but one might have gotten it if one would ask, but we didn't.. :S The breakfast staff could have been a little more swift but no big deal.
The hotel helped arranging transport for the airport, other than that we didn't use their consiglieri so we don't know about that.
The only thing we did'nt like is the annoying thing about having to pay for Wi-fi! There is at computer in the mezzanine with we used for printing our flight tickets.
But overall, an excellent hotel in a quiet, yet central, location!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A quintessentially British hotel, just a glance from Hyde Park, The Gore offers luxury, privacy and undeniable character in equal measure. Since 1892, The Gore has been one of the capital's truly great hotels. The ethos of discretion, seclusion and excellence has allowed us to welcome a wide variety of fascinating guests through our doors. Described by the media as the most photographed, romantic hotel in London and lived in by a wealth of regular guests who have discovered their own home away from home, The Gore is a welcoming alternative from corporate hotel chains. Complete with the iconic Bar 190, the fabulous Bistro One Ninety and three bespoke event rooms, The Gore will make sure your stay is memorable whether it's just for a few hours or for a few days. We now offer exclusive hire at the Gore Hotel for private use, whether it's a private house party, your wedding or simply a corporate team building group. This can include bedrooms, bistro, bar and our event rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Gore Hotel London
- The Gore Hotel London, England