Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

London, England

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    A modern classic on Hyde Park

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    A modern classic on Hyde Park

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    A modern classic on Hyde Park

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    A modern classic on Hyde Park

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    A modern classic on Hyde Park

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    A modern classic on Hyde Park

Why we choose Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

Between two Royal Parks and across the street from the Queen, this is your place to call home in London

  • They’ve banished fuddy-duddy in exchange for a fresh modern British approach
  • In a can’t-go-wrong location with Knightsbridge and Bond Street on the doorstep and the bright lights of the West End a short cab-ride away
  • Consistently impeccable service day and night

This is the hotel discriminating world travelers —not to mention London’s movers and shakers—choose. It has the trademark Four Seasons emphasis on perfect service and state-of-the-art conveniences. Bottom line: It beats the pants off even its most upscale competitors.

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We suggest

The standard rooms are a bit snug, so we recommend staying on the second floor, which is entirely dedicated to suite accommodations, all with terraces or balconies.

What you need to know about the hotel

From a glitzy and blissful Spa to the two complimentary Rolls Royce town cars that take guests on a first come, first served basis to hot spots within a mile radius of the Hotel, the Four Seasons combines traditional service with modern amenities

  • The standard rooms are snug: choose a suite for contemporary chic and spacious luxury
  • Arriving Early? No worries: the 10th floor pre-arrival lounge not only sports spectacular views, three private shower suites will refresh you while your room is being prepared
  • The top floor Spa is the ultimate place to unwind with skyline views of London

We love the chic ambience created by designer Pierre-Yves Rochon in the hotel’s 193 rooms and suites. After a complete renovation the hotel’s interiors are gleaming. The rooms are brand spanking new with views over the parks, bags of style and none of the grumpy plumbing often associated with English hotels.

If you love great food and top-notch pampering, you’re in luck here. The 24-hour room service ensures you’ll never go hungry, but you’ll want to leave your room for Amaranto, a one-stop venue that includes an Italian-inspired restaurant, a bar which brings in the locals and a lounge helmed by Chef Davide Degiovanni. And even the finest wines are available by the glass!

Where is it and what's nearby

The ideal base for any London visitor, the Four Seasons has a unique park-side setting in glamorous Mayfair

  • It’s a breeze to get here from Heathrow plus everything you could want is moments away
  • The hotel’s location means your room has views across glorious Hyde Park, not rooftops
  • Tucked in a quiet corner the Four Seasons is super central but shielded from London’s non-stop traffic

It sounds cliché but there really may be no better address in London than the one occupied by The Four Seasons. A 10-minute stroll takes you to the high-end shopping mecca of Bond Street, the West End is a 5 minute cab ride and you’re surrounded by London’s famous parks.

There’s no shortage of things to do in London. From museums and theatre, to historic landmarks and famous buildings. The Four Seasons concierge specializes in creating custom itineraries: use their knowledge to design your perfect visit.

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The Royal Albert Hall, home to the Proms and London’s most prestigious performance space, is a short walk away. While you’re so close ask the hotel’s ticket office to find you a recital, ballet or concert to enjoy in this beautiful and historic venue.

How to enjoy London

From the fine art galleries of Mayfair and St James  (bring your wallet, this art is for sale) to the elegant terraces surrounding Regent’s Park, sophisticated London abounds. For an edgier side to the city, head to Soho, for the excellent restaurants

  • Explore Shepherd Market, a tiny backstreet square where London’s glitterati of Royals and A-listers go to club and dine
  • To see London from the highest vantage point, take the express lift (no elevators in these parts) to the newly opened observation platform on The Shard
  • Upmarket shopping can be found on Bond Street, South Molton Street and Savile Row. For one-offs and independents, explore the boutiques of King’s Road. Borough Market is perfect to explore stalls featuring local produce, and don’t forget the antique shops on Portobello Road.

Nowhere best captures the understated glamour, impeccable manners and intriguing idiosyncrasies of the British upper classes than the streets around Mayfair. To get up close and personal, however, you have to join in the traditions. Tea at The Ritz or Claridges is a must. (It’s even listed as a proper meal alongside breakfast, lunch and dinner on their menus). Don’t forget an appointment with your man in Jermyn Street (for exquisitely tailored shirts and suits).

For more quintessentially English experiences venture away from the central hub of Mayfair. South of the river there’s Wimbledon. Outside of the tournament, visit the tennis club. It has a museum and drips wealth. The boutiques and cafes of Wimbledon Village are worth an afternoon too. Finally, don’t forget the Queen. It would be rude not to stop by if you are in town. Buckingham Palace does tours. A tourist honeypot, but you can book exclusive tours of the State Rooms.

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    When to visit London

    April: For a ticket-free sporting experience, join the throng along the banks of the Thames at Putney or Chiswick and watch the annual battle between Oxford and Cambridge Universities: The Boat Race (Pimm’s obligatory).
    May: Chelsea Flower Show
    June/July: To see the world’s greatest tennis players in action, get tickets for Wimbledon during the last week of June and first of July.
    July: Henley Royal Regatta
    August : Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
    September: London Fashion Week

  • A word from the hotel

    The Garden Suite features a 646-square-foot landscaped terrace overlooking Hyde Park and the hotel’s private garden. With a living room, fireplace, separate dining area and a full pantry, it’s ideal for entertaining.
    John Stauss, General Manager

  • A word from the hotel

    Bond Street shopping (Burberry, D&G, Prada, Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss), Harrods, Selfridges and Harvey Nichols are only minutes away.
    George Murray, Guest Services

  • A word from the hotel

    In warmer months, enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner al fresco on the Amaranto Terrace.
    Adriano Cavagnini, Executive Chef

  • A word from the hotel

    The Amaranto’s focal point is the chrome and glass wine wall displaying over 250 bottles of fine wines. Each of these wines is available for tasting by the glass.
    Cristiano Pelizzari, Maître d’Hôtel

  • Did you know

    Winston Churchill once slept on the floor in front of the grand piano.


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