Grosvenor House

Opened in 1929, this Mayfair classic can call itself the original Park Lane hotel for it is the oldest of the exquisite establishments that today make Hyde Park Corner a fulcrum of luxury.
How the Stage was Set HISTORY IN BRIEF 1920s: The hotel was built on the site of the former London residence of the Dukes of Westminster, whose family name is Grosvenor. 1929: Opening year. The Grosvenor was the first hotel on Park Lane, today the site of a bevy of luxury hotels.
Managed by: Marriott
374 rooms and 72 suites Rooms
72 Suites
Air conditioning Alarm clock Bottled water, for a fee Crib Electrical adapters Individual climate control Pillows: down/feather Pillows: foam Pull-out sofa bed Rollaway bed Safe Cable channel: CNN Cable/satellite TV Color TV Mini-bar Movies/videos, pay-per-view Bathrobe Hair dryer
The Park Room ------ The Red Bar ------ Restoration Lounge ------ The Library
Park Lane and Mayfair aren't the most expensive properties on the Monopoly board for nothing. This is London at its most elegant, and of course most expensive. An array of top notch restaurants will satisfy the gastronome, while the rich architectural legacy of the neighbourhood is sure to tick all the right boxes for the history buff. Mayfair also has some of the most exclusive shopping in London. For the very finest in classic English tailoring, take a trip to Savile Row.
You can work out at the Grosvenor House Fitness Centre, which is fully equipped with cardiovascular equipment, free weights and a team of personal trainers. There is also an indoor swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi and just down the road from the hotel you can jog, bike, ride a horse or play tennis.
Grosvenor House has some of the best conference and banqueting facilities in town and regularly stages cocktail parties, dinners and conferences. The highlight is the 1902 sq m Great Room, which holds up to 2,000 people. For business people Grosvenor House offers 33 meeting rooms and 5,366 sq m of total meeting space.
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Grosvenor House
Country: England
City: London
Opening date: 1929

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General Manager Anthony Stiwart Moore


Park Lane
W1A 3AA England, London

Tel: +44 207 4996363
Fax: +44 171 493 3341/020 7493 3341

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