Once the site of a royal residence, InterContinental London Park Lane is now the epitome of modern elegance.
Located between Mayfair and Knightsbridge in view of Buckingham Palace, the hotel is not far from the Tower of London, Big Ben and Trafalgar Square. Also worth seeing is the Victoria and Albert Museum, Madame Tussauds and The National Portrait Gallery.
Located on the 1st floor the Fitness Suite is fully equipped with a large selection of cardiovascular equipment and plenty of space for free weights and stretching.
- Renovated in 2007
- Daily Housekeeping
- Weekly Housekeeping
- On-site Guest Self-Laundry Facilities (washer/dryer)
- Shoe Shine
Guest rooms are designed to evoke a timeless residential feel with a distinct local flavour. Fabrics are part of a heritage collection, reflecting the colours used in stately homes. Furnishings are a modern interpretation of traditional English design.
- Free Morning Newspaper Delivered to Room
- Turndown Service
- Valet Service
- Coffee Maker
- Mini Bar
- Tea Maker
- Private Bathroom
- Guest Rooms Renovated in 2007
- Connecting Rooms
- Crib (Upon Request)
- Double Glazed Windows
- In Room Safe
- Individually Controlled Air Conditioning
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Rollaway Bed/Cot Nightly Fee: £50.00 (GBP)
- Separate Hanging Closet
- Windows Open by Guest
- All rooms non smoking
- Number of Closets in Room: 2
Spa InterContinental in association with Elemis, is a chic urban retreat featuring a therapeutic steam temple and the UK’s first double VIP suite. A fully-equipped 24-hour Fitness Centre is also available.
- Business Centre
- Business Center Staffed Between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM
- Courier Service
- E-mail & Internet
- Mobile Phone Rental
- PC available
- Private Limousine
- Technical Concierge
- Analog Dial-up Service Available
- High Speed Internet Access
- PC available
- Wireless Data Connection Initial Fee: £0.00
- Secretarial Services
Location: In Hotel - Lobby The Lobby Bar is the pulse of the hotel – a welcoming place to start the day, take a breather in the midst of meetings or sightseeing, and unwind with an evening cocktail. The bartenders and hosts are quite savvy when it comes to spirits and beers, especially local varieties from the microbreweries in Borough Market. We especially like Greenwich Meantime in organic, wheat and pale ale varieties.
Theo Randall at The InterContinental Bar
Location: In Hotel - Theo Randall at The InterContinental Theo Randall at The InterContinental Bar has the same attitude as the adjoining restaurant: fun, relaxed and without pretense. The décor is as smart as the menu, and locals as well as hotel guests can be seen sipping drinks with friends and business associates. Among the bar’s specialty cocktails are the Bellini, made with sumptuous white peaches and Prosecco; and the Rossini, a divine combination of pressed strawberries and Prosecco.
- Must See:
Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition
- Must Do:
The Dover Street Market
- What's New:
The Beach at the 02 Centre, Docklands
- Don't Go Home Without:
Number One Park Lane Tea from The Tea Palace
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