The Goring Hotel is celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by offering a luxurious four-night holiday package fit for a princess, literally. For $1.5 million, guests stay in the Royal Suite, where Kate Middleton resided as a commoner a day before marrying Prince William, as part of a jubilee package in June.
The most luxurious package during the holiday includes; a Cristal champagne studded reception; a specially curated jubilee dinner; a horse and carriage ride through the Queen’s original coronation route; an afternoon tea for two; and the use of a chauffeur driven Bentley for the four-day stay.
But these details of the package are chump change compared to the biggest and blingest highlight of the deal: a bespoke $1 million diamond ring from De Beers.
If $1.5 million seems like a little much for those looking to indulge in royal festivities, the Goring Hotel still has you in mind. For $190, guests can sip on the diamond jubilee cocktail and keep the Swarovski glass in which the kingly cocktail is served. The “1952”-named after the year Queen Elizabeth II was crowned- includes gin and splash of Noilly Prat Vermouth.
Source: The Telegraph