Top 5 Presidential Suites in London

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Check out Haute Living’s choices for the 5 most luxurious presidential suites in London.

1 The Berkeley Hotel - The Pavilion Conservatory

The 147 square meters/1,582 square feet Pavilion Conservatory suite at The Berkeley boasts an Italian marble bathroom and a chic modern style. It also features a 19 square meters/205 square feet conservatory and a 60 square meters/646 square feet roof terrace. Added luxuries upon arrival include chilled Dom Pérignon and complimentary drinks, flowers by renowned florist McQueens, and a change of already-been-pressed clothes. In addition, the Pavilion Suite can be connected to form a two or three-bedroom suite. The Pavilion Conservatory has been favoured by famous couples such as Madonna and her husband Guy Ritchie, as well as Leonardo DiCaprio and his then girlfriend and supermodel Gisele

Wilton Place
London. SW1X 7RL
T: +44 (0)20 7235 6000

2 Claridge's - Brook Penthouse Suite

Claridge’s Brook Penthouse Suite was designed by one of London’s leading designers, Veere Grenney, in an Art Deco-style. This stunning apartment suite is 177 square metres in length, or 1,905 square feet, and consists of two bedrooms with king-size beds and walk-in wardrobes. The sitting room overlooks a private terrace that can host lavish cocktail parties and dinners. In addition, guests will be greeted with a Complimentary Mercedes S-Class transfer on arrival from London Heathrow airport, as well as a bottle of Laurent-Perrier champagne and a pressed change of clothes upon arrival to the room. A full butler service will be provided at all times. Designer Marc Jacobs enjoys his stay at the Penthouse, claiming he bumps into a lot of people he knows when he visits the hotel.

Brook Street
London W1K 4HR
T: +44 (0)20 7629 8860

3 The Dorchester Hotel - Harlequin Suite

The Harlequin Suite, which glows with Hollywood glamour, is the largest of three suites in the luxurious Dorchester Hotel, London. The Harlequin Suite hosted names such as Elizabeth Taylor, whose pink marble bathroom floor in the second bedroom was actually made specifically for the actress. Designed by Alexandra Champalimaud, this deluxe suite is 208 square meters, or 2242 square feet. The large outside terrace overlooks Hyde Park, one of the largest parks of London (and one of the Royal Parks).

Park Ln  London, W1K 1QA, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 020 7629 8888

4 The Lanesborough - The Lanesborough Suite

London’s hottest hotel, The Lanesborough, also features the city’s largest and most expensive hotel suite, the Lanesborough’s Royal Suite. The 380 square meter suite (4,000 square feet) was designed by world-renowned designer Alberto Pinto, and has attracted such names as Lady GaGa and Jim Carrey. Some striking additions to the suite includes the view of Wellington Arch and Green Park, a 24-hour butler service, and five and a half bathrooms. The cost per night is a massive £14,000 or $21,681.8 – two nights here is the equivalent of a year’s tuition at a private university. Also complimentary to the cost is Chauffeur Driven Rolls Royce, exclusive of VAT.

Hyde Park Corner
London, SW1X 7TA
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)20 7259 5599
USA Toll Free Tel: +1 800 999 1828

5 The Langham Hotel - The Infinity Suite

The Langham Hotel’s Infinity Suite overlooks All Souls Church and is arguably te largest two bedroom hotel suite in London. The room is 2540 square feet / 236 square metres, and consists of a king four-poster in the master bedroom and a Queen bed in the second room. The suite is also famous for its outstanding infinity bathroom that offers the optimum relaxation of a spa in the room. The Infinity Suite ahs attracted celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Colin Farrell.

1c Portland Place, Regent Street, London, GB W1B 1JA
T: +(44) 20 7636 1000

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