My partner and I stayed at The Gore from 17th to 20th June. We arrived at midday and were able to check in and have a tour of the hotel, despite check in not being until 2pm. When we returned to the hotel later that evenng our cases were waiting in our room and we were presented with a complementary box of chocolates and chilled bottles of water. Our room and bathroom was cleaned/tidied each morning and evening, and bottles of water placed by our beds each night. Further drinks were available in the mini bar, by room service, or in the guest lounge where you may help yourself to hot and soft drinks and a selection of homemade cookies. Our room (315) contained a four poster bed, a sofa and a large desk with chairs. For a 'wonderful' room, at approx £170 at the time of booking, we found the room to be good value. We did not eat in the hotel restaurant as we had made alternative plans beforehand, but we did order room service breakfast which was delicious and a reasonable price. I had cereal, mixed fruit, blueberry waffles and tea, and my partener had a full english breakfast, with juice and a coffe and the price was £34 with service. We ventured the bar each night before going to dinner, and two nights after dinner. the bar, as with the rest of the hotel felt like a home from home and we were made to feel very welcome. The drinks menu is expansive, and the cocktails are delicious. Each night, the hotel staff hailed us a taxi, and were always ready and waiting to attend to any other requests. The hotel location was fantastic. The immediate area and road was fairly quiet, and we heard no traffic noise despite our room overlooking the main road. The undergroud is appropx 5mins walk away, as are a huddle of bars and restuarants. The hotel is in close distance to Harrods and Buckingham Palace.. In fact, the first night we walked all of the way back from The Ritz via the Palace in under an hour! (On a wam night, it is a walk I recommend). Despite having only left The Gore 48 hours ago, I have now booked to return in December for my birthday and to do my christmas shopping!
- 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 190 Queen's Gate by Daniel Galmiche 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