London, England
At the centre of London’s Mayfair, Claridge’s is an art deco jewel that offers the ultimate in luxury. It is the embodiment of grand English style and timeless glamour. For more than a century, it has preserved its unique heritage with all the modern flourishes a guest could wish for, bound together by world renowned service that is impeccable, intuitive and highly tailored.

Breathtaking rooms and suites from some of the world’s leading designers; exquisite all-day dining and the finest afternoon tea in London served in the grandeur of the Foyer and Reading Room; vintage champagnes and rare spirits in the stylish and intimate Claridge’s Bar; after-dinner drinks behind the Lalique door of The Fumoir; the quiet calm of Claridge’s Health Club and Spa and glittering spaces for parties and celebrations, Claridge’s is a unique combination of splendour and charm.
Spa Program
Spa program
✈ Heathrow: 50 min.
✈ Gatwick: 1h30 min.

• 136 rooms
• 67 suites

• The Foyer and Reading Room, offering at all hours delicious snacks and with tempting specials during lunch hour.
• The Fumoir, with its authentic 30´s décor is a must see, while enjoying a classic cocktail in Lalique Cristal glasses.
• Claridge’s Bar, conceived by David Collins. This bar is known for its wonderful cocktails and the best Champagne.


• Lancashire Court: Mayfair’s finest restaurants and bars where an undeniable buzz of energy spills onto the streets.
• Cucina Caldesi: imaginative cookery classes for kids.
• Mount Street Deli: selling scrumptious homemade sandwiches, salads, cakes and classic dishes
• Koffmann's at the Berkeley: Pierre Koffmann has returned to the Berkeley to present his simple and elegant eponymous restaurant. Casual vibe and perfect robust, seasonal French fare.
• Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley: forget the weather and focus on the absolutely delicious menu from Marcus Wareing.
• Zuma: top Japanese spot. The stylish zen interiors are always buzzing and food is always excellent.
• Rococo Chocolates: their flagship store is full of hidden treasures, including the MaRococo secret garden, a Moorish courtyard oasis for sitting with a rich hot chocolate from the cafe. 

• Harrods the classic
• 9 Harvey Nichols: the shopping destination in Knightsbridge.
• Christian Louboutin: beautifully designed shoes.
• Linley: design and creation of fine furniture and interiors. 

• H.R.Owen at the Berkeley: Ferrari’s first and only atelier outside of Italy where purchasers are invited to personally tailor their Ferrari.
• Hamleys: seven floors of fun. All of the toys you (or your kids) can imagine, from board games to robots.
• Burlington Arcade: tiny jewellery, cashmere and shoe shops with a Victorian feel.

• Mount Street: an ancient Mayfair street now including Marc Jacobs, Wunderkind, Goyard and Christian Louboutin.
• Thomas Goode: it remains true to its original Victorian values, offering the best fine bone china, crystal and silverware in the world.
• Dunhill's Bourdon House: retreat for men – the finest Dunhill collections surrounded by such services as a Barber, Spa, Screening Room, Bar Lounge, Humidor and Bespoke tailoring.

• Bond Street: where all the big name brands can be found.
• Browns: a fashion-fabulous boutique stocking major designer names such as Chloé, YSL and Alexander McQueen.

• West End: London’s answer to Broadway.
• The Curzon: world cinema that conceals a palatial Screen One, with its two luxurious Royal Boxes and the intimate Screen Two.

• London Zoo
• Hyde Park Stables: whether your little ones are keen equestrians or complete beginners.
• Rowing in Hyde Park: a fleet of rowing and pedal boats for hire, which are a great idea for splashing around on a sunny day. 

• Royal Academy: the traditional seat for the best of British art
• Gagosian Gallery - think: Jeff Koons, Ed Ruscha, Damian Hirst, Gerhard Richter and even Helmut Newton.
• Cork Street Galleries: a thriving art centre in the middle of Mayfair, with innumerable galleries exhibiting some of the finest talent London has seen.

• Victoria & Albert Museum
• National Portrait Gallery
• Natural History Museum
• Science Museum
• Private View Cinema
• Royal Opera House
• English National Opera
• Royal Albert Hall
• Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
• Timothy Taylor Gallery: modern and contemporary art gallery
• Sotheby's Auction House
• Saatchi Gallery: champions international contemporary art.
• Royal Court: Off West-End venue for new and powerful writing, often from emerging British talent.

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