Located close to my heart i.e. next door to where I spent 3 years of my life, The London School of Economics, it felt a bit surreal walking out of the station heading towards the hotel.
The Rosewood Hotel’s entrance is unique, you feel like you’re entering a townhouse with a private entrance and courtyard. The eye catching feature of the hotel is the way it has been decorated to resemble one’s home. You will be greeted with hundreds of coffee table books from all walks of life be it Peyton and Byrne or a book on the art of wooing women!
On the way to the main restaurant we were greeted with the hotel’s very own parrots which are so refreshing! I was taken to the Mirror Room by my friend where we enjoyed some delicious starters my favourite being the feta cheese gnocchi and fois gras.
I was lucky enough to experience a band playing live acoustic music, another rare feature not common among London hotels. The music blended in extremely well with the atmosphere of the room. I believe The Rosewood London has not only appealed to me but will appeal to people from all walks of life who would like to take a break from the hustle and bustle of London and relax in an understated luxurious environment. I say understated because The Rosewood is not screaming luxury but rather redefining it by blending traditional British heritage with a relaxed atmosphere and friendly service.
Unfortunately I have to finish here, but I will be writing in detail about the Afternoon Tea which I had on a separate occasion (I didn’t feel right to fit it in here) but for the time being, below is a sneak peak of a delicious cappuccino resting on the beautiful coffee table of the Mirror Room!